Join us this Lent as we journey with Jesus together into the wild, and take a look at the remarkable scene in Luke 4:1-14 between Jesus and our adversary in the desert.
Jesus in the Wild is a perfect personal study and daily reader for individuals who want to gain a deeper sense of their vocation and calling in Christ, and for groups or congregations wanting a study on this well-known and moving passage.
An invitation for worship leaders to join us in a place of fellowship, encounter, and prayer.
Sourced and expanding out from the New Room family, Altars will initiate a friend group that redefines the meaning of “worship band.” This will be a fellowship founded in trust, courage, and empathy, and a community of banded discipleship in which all generations and styles are welcome!
In his Church Dogmatics, Karl Barth (1886-1968) refers to God’s “everlasting covenant” with earth and its creatures a dozen times (CD I/2, 47; CD II/1, 117, 124, 413, 496; CD II/2, 102; CD III/1, 149f,
The Bible—and especially Jesus—show that Christian theology is not so much about believing things as it is about doing things: walking in God’s ways. Both/and, not either/or. Believing and doing, affirming and acting go together,
America needs a great awakening, a shaking revival, a genuine stirring of the Spirit of God. America does not need a pseudo-revival, a movement that champions pseudo-Christianity, that uses religious fervor for unholy ends. Here
Jesus’ resurrection was the dawn of New Creation in power. Yet we see signs of new-creation power already in Jesus’ incarnation, life and ministry, and sacrificial death. His victorious resurrection was the decisive vindication of
Twenty-five years ago, some futurists foresaw a major global crisis arriving in about the year 2020. In 1995 I published EarthCurrents: The Struggle for the World’s Soul. The book discussed a variety of issues, including