A new hymnal for a new day, Our Great Redeemer’s Praise: A Hymnal for All God’s People is finally here after years in the making!
Available in red and navy blue, this truly pan-Wesleyan hymnbook is distinctly oriented around the Apostles’ Creed. It’s shipping now, and first-run print copies are going quickly. We look forward to worshipping together!
We constantly find ourselves in need of the mending of our own hearts, souls and spirits.
Through a catalytic combination of teaching, training, and engagement with one another, this retreat will resource our great need for wisdom and courage, for healing and equipping, and all for the sake of our shared work of sowing for awakening in our age.
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
For months and now years, the news has been full of weather disasters. Fires and horrendous mudslides in California; repeated blizzards and “thundersnow” in the Northeast; floods in low-lying areas; bizarre tornadoes in the south