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In a world of vast economic change, can the gospel inform our vision and practice of work and the economy? Using the Wesleyan movement as an example, Dr. Greg Forster of Acton University discusses how the gospel can lead to positive impact on the economy and on community's lives.
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The church is often tempted to appease the world by toning down its distinctiveness. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Ryan Danker encourages the church to remain faithful by preaching an authentic gospel of holy love.

The Threshing Floor hosts are back as they offer episode 37 of the podcast! Listen in and enjoy the usual banter between friends, including more serious discussions about the meaning of the gospel, and whether or not the term has been hi-jacked in contemporary discussions.

http://youtu.be/A2PMdk8HMQE "We reach back in order to go forward." Why know and study the early church? Dr. Michael Pasquarello III here reveals how being attentive to...

I recently heard a pastor say, “Invest in people who invest in people.” I’m glad he wasn’t Jesus’ pastor. I’m pretty sure this is evidence...

The community of Jesus exists not as an escape from the world but rather as an outpost for the kingdom of God. Read more from Brian Russell as he describes how the missional impulse of the kingdom is related to a community called the church, not individuals.

Listen in on Steve Martyn and Ken Collins as they host a series preaching through John Wesley's sermons, arranged topically according to the Order of Salvation. This week, enjoy The Spirit of Bondage and of Adoption (Romans 8:15). Check back every Sunday for a new sermon.

Sin may satisfy temporal desires, but virtue satisfies our deeply felt divine longings.

God calls his people to be sowers of the Word and vigilant in faithfulness. Read more today from Brian Russell as he explains the appropriate response to the kingdom of God, which is partnering with God for an abundant harvest.

Last week Taylor Brown explored 5 models for Christians' relation to culture based on Richard Niebuhr's five types. This week, he puts forth a biblical vision for cultural engagement for the church in a post-Christian world based on Paul's presence in Athens.

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