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Darrow Miller is co-founder of the Disciple Nations Alliance and a featured author and teacher. For over 25 years, Darrow has been a popular conference speaker on topics that include Christianity and culture, apologetics, worldview, poverty, and the dignity of women.
From 1981 to 2007 Darrow served with Food for the Hungry International, and from 1994 as Vice President. Before joining FH, Darrow spent three years on staff at L’Abri Fellowship in Switzerland where he was discipled by Francis Schaeffer. He also served as a student pastor at Northern Arizona University and two years as a pastor of Sherman Street Fellowship in urban Denver, CO.
In addition to earning his Master’s degree in Adult Education from Arizona State University, Darrow pursued graduate studies in philosophy, theology, Christian apologetics, biblical studies and missions in the United States, Israel and Switzerland.
Darrow has authored numerous studies, articles, Bible studies and books, including
• Discipling Nations: The Power of Truth to Transform Culture
• Nurturing the Nations: Reclaiming the Dignity of Women for Building Healthy Cultures
• LifeWork: A Biblical Theology for What You Do Every Day
Darrow's latest book, Emancipating the World: A Christian Response to Radical Islam and Fundamentalist Atheism released in 2012.
Tag Archives: Words
Words matter. Words have meanings. In fact, I have often reminded people that before you can change a society, you must first change the language. This means two things. First, we must fight for time-tested Biblical language in our daily speaking … Continue reading
Words, not just pictures, are the currency of a productive life. If children and communities are to develop, they require a rich vocabulary—a treasure of words. This reflection is all the more important at a time when images are replacing … Continue reading
“One of the most important things my yoga teacher taught me this year is to stop thinking.” So wrote blogger Susannah Breslin recently. Sadly, the sentiment is not hers only. In fact, too many Christians fail to recognize the importance of thinking. We … Continue reading
We have said that there are two moral and metaphysical visions for the United States. We are no longer “one nation under God,” but two nations. One nation is grounded in Judeo-Christian theism and the other founded in an Atheistic-Materialistic … Continue reading
To be a useful disciple, one of the concepts with which we need to be familiar is the biblical difference between “reconciliation” and “restoration.” In the biblically cosmic sense, reconciliation is bringing the broken creation – including our souls – … Continue reading
I have not seen a film in a long time that has effected me so strongly. In 15 minutes, this film (titled Volition) explores the choices of action and inaction at three major points in history. Our world truly makes … Continue reading
Like so many young people today, Isaac Watts (1674-1748.) was frustrated with the quality of the hymns at his church. After one Sunday service, he complained to his father, who challenged Isaac that if he did not like the hymns, he … Continue reading
On December 10th, I wrote a blog entitled Joy to the World as the beginning of my reflections on the Advent season. Since then I have done more reflection on this wonderful hymn and I wanted to share some of … Continue reading
James Davidson Hunter, the William R. Kenan Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies at the University of Virginia, has written a profound book that helps us understand the impact of language on moral development. In his book, The Death of … Continue reading
In reading Scott’s blog on the definition of marriage, I was struck anew that its redefinition has already happened. As the thinking in the West has shifted from the Biblical worldview that helped to shape Europe (and was foundational to … Continue reading