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How Should Christians Read the Psalms?

How should Christians read the Psalms? In this video, Dr. Brent A. Strawn reminds us to slow down, observe features like parallelism, metaphor and imagery, and remember that each psalm is only a snapshot view of God and the world. By respecting their genre as poetry, we may be able to engage this spiritual resource in a richer way.

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On Ending a Story that Never Ends

Think about it. Every story will one day come to an end but one. The story of Father, Son and Holy Spirit, the story of salvation, the story of the Church, God’s own people, never ends. This is what makes the Gospel the Gospel. By the sheer mercy of God we get to join the story that never ends.

From: J. D. Walt

Walking Dead: Zombies and Justifying Grace

Outside all the Zombie talk we’re using to hopefully grab and hold attention of the kids, this week’s real topic is Justifying Grace. Today, some call God's justifying grace "conversion" or being "born again." When we experience God's justifying grace, we come into that new life in Christ.

From: Youth Ministry Collective

Do Christians Fall Asleep?

Why do we so easily say that Christians “die,” when the New Testament teaches that really only the body dies, and even that death is not permanent? For the New Testament insists on the resurrection of the body; the reuniting of body and spirit in wholeness; the full meaning of New Creation in the larger Renewed Creation. Not just naked soul survival.

From: Howard Snyder

The Great We-Give-Thanks

Sounding out a Greek word instantly flipped my faith upside-down. I hadn't known about the long use of the phrase 'The Great Thanksgiving,' or the liturgical history of 'Word and Table.' 'To give thanks' irrevocably changed my perception of the Eucharist.

From: Wesleyan Accent

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Youth Ministry Collective

We're excited to announce our Youth Ministry Collective — a place for Wesleyan-minded youth pastors to join other leaders in conversations about how this looks in youth ministry.

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