One Ministry – A Family of Programs
Well, I was warned. The Sundance Film Festival veterans with me as part of Into the Noise said that eventually a movie would break you down into tears - partly because of the exhaustion that would begin to sink in and partly because of the sheer intensity of the film itself. And so it happened to me with Pervert Park.
I can’t really blame exhaustion, as I saw Pervert Park first thing in the...Read More at Think Christian
The story of our journey with God begins with creation. God made the world, “and it was very good” (Genesis 1:31).
Sin colors our experience of this present world; it surrounds us with harm and destruction. Even those of us who know the gift of salvation in Christ still experience sorrow, mourn lives seemingly cut short, and invest in projects we may never enjoy in this life.
So God calls attention to his work of renewing the creation: “See!” Isaiah’s words deliberately echo the creation story of Genesis, but they also move us beyond that...Read More at This is Today
When it comes to business, it’s easy to draw the line between external and internal communications. Reaching a customer with a message is clearly external, while talking about the day-to-day work of a company is internal.
For churches, it’s a little fuzzier. Talking to your congregation could be...Read More at ChurchJuice.reframemedia.com
A lot of conversation in the church today centers on what the Bible teaches about sex and marriage. Our culture too is full of this debate, and people feel very passionate in talking about it. But in fact, the Bible says a lot more about money than it does about sex, though we don't seem to be...Read More at GroundWork
Many things do not go the way we plan. Life is full of disappointments. Things don't work out, people don't show up, what could have been just isn't. When reality bursts our expectations, will we find ourselves overwhelmed with disappointments? Will we let these negative things define us, demand our focus, and rob us of peace and joy?
On the surface we say, “Of course not!” We want to focus on...Read More at Family Fire