One Ministry – A Family of Programs
I'm very excited to share the interview I did with Judah & The Lion on today's show. They are on the launching pad poised to have their career take off. Their latest album Kids These Days just released days ago, and it's one of the best releases I've heard in 2014! This band has a unique...Read More at Under The Radar
We’re excited to tell you about the launch of our newest free ebook called “Twitter For Your Ministry.” Our hope is to provide basics for churches that are just getting started as well as share some advice for organizations that are ready to improve their tweeting.
In this guide you’ll find an...Read More at ChurchJuice.reframemedia.com
There has been much interest in a recent New York Times Magazine piece by A.O. Scott tracing the demise of American adulthood through the lens of popular culture. Citing the likes of Mad Men, young-adult fiction and comic-book movies, Scott observes that we have “witnessed the erosion of traditional adulthood in any form” to such an extent that “nobody knows how to be a grown-up anymore....Read More at Think Christian
At the end of every Groundwork program we ask you to respond to us and ask us your questions or share your comments about what you're hearing, the Bible, or whatever else is on your heart. Today on Groundwork, we're digging into scripture to answer questions relating to theology and your personal...Read More at GroundWork
Joseph’s story and influence have gradually shifted from a local setting (in a family), to a national setting (in the land of Egypt), to a much wider setting described as “all the world.” Indeed, because Joseph, with God’s wisdom, has stored up grain in Egypt against this major famine, Egypt has become the most powerful nation in the known world of its day.
The famine spreads disaster in “all the other lands.” And “all the world” comes to Egypt to find food because the drought is “severe everywhere.”
What is this revealing to us? It is painting...Read More at This is Today
Jesus talked a lot about the Kingdom of God. He surprised people by describing a picture of God's Kingdom that looked rather different from the things of this world. The Beatitudes are a great example--normally we wouldn't think of the poor and mourning and meek as being blessed, but Jesus did.
God’s kingdom is upside down compared to the values of our society. What would it look like to live...Read More at Family Fire