One Ministry – A Family of Programs
This episode has been in development longer than (possibly) any other episode we've done. We decided we wanted to do a show on the theme of social justice around 4 years ago, and started picking out songs and collecting interview clips on that topic. Usually once each year, I have had this...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
When he was 6-years-old, my cousin, Timothy Isaiah Holmes, had a question. At The Learning Center for the Deaf in Massachusetts, Tim's teacher handed out pieces of blank paper and told the students to draw a picture representing their question.
Tim eventually had pages and pages of a man on a cross. But he didn't have the language to help him understand who this man was. He didn't yet have a...Read More at Think Christian
On Groundwork we believe that biblical inquiry, asking good questions about the biblical text, strengthens our faith and we’re glad you’ve joined our conversation. Today on Groundwork, we're digging into scripture to answer questions you've asked this year that help us live our faith in today's...Read More at GroundWork
Trembling! What a gift for a seared conscience! For 20 years these men had been slinking along through life, hoping their dirty secret would never be exposed.
But now, as they stopped to rest for the night, one of them opened his grain sack to feed a donkey and got the shock of his life. There lay his silver, staring him in the face. Later, back in Canaan, the jolt reverberated as each brother opened his sack with their father, Jacob, watching. Each one saw their own silver—“evidence” that could be used against them to show that they were not...Read More at This is Today
He was out in the field, minding his own business, when the man of God came up and threw his cloak over his shoulders.
It was a proposition. An invitation.
A foretaste of a Man who later would invite fishermen who were also busy about their work to come and follow. The field worker asked if he may say his goodbyes, but he does more than that. He burns his equipment; destroying any...Read More at Family Fire