According to the views of many, God is unprovable and unknowable.
The pastor’s job is not to be some sort of spiritual vision-casting guru.
In being ‘faithful to the Bible’, let’s make sure we haven’t in fact reversed the biblical criteria concerning faithfulness.
An all-too-common question concerning ministry among the poor.
Gentrification assumes a top-down approach to housing and social policy. The reality often doesn’t match the assumption.
How can we make sense of the increasing inequality in some of the world’s largest cities?
The safest place to be is not in self-isolation. Nor is it a hospital bed. The safest place to be—in the entire world—is in Christ.
Why do some people grow quickly and move on in the Christian life while others drift away or always seem stuck in neutral?
There seems to be some sort of (urban?) myth that working with the poor is especially ‘hard’. As if somehow in the pantheon of Christian ministry, ours stands alone as the really difficult one.