Difficult circumstances often mean having to work hard just to secure a livelihood and survive. In this video interview, Médine Keener shares what she and her family did to make it during their time as refugees.
Pursuing God's love often feels like an adventure. In today's video interview, Craig and Médine Keener explain how their coming together in love and ministry has been an adventure in learning to trust God.
The Rev. Omar Rikabi has a foot in two worlds. As a Christian minister he cares deeply for the church, while also holding dear his beloved family in the Muslim world. Watch Part II of this video interview as he invites us into his struggle to love both communities faithfully.
The Rev. Omar Rikabi has a foot in two worlds. As a Christian minister he cares deeply for the church, while also holding dear his beloved family in the Muslim world. Watch this video interview as he invites us into his struggle to love both communities faithfully.
What kind of love can draw two people’s lives together in a beautiful way and be the continued source of grace and miraculous provision even during a bitter civil war? Watch as Dr. Craig Keener and Dr. Médine Keener share the beginning part of their story of walking with God in the most difficult of times.
What is one of the biggest mistakes pastors and worship pastors make when leading a congregation? In this video, Marty Reardon discusses how our lack of intentional space and participation can create the impression that the church is an audience or spectators.
How does God's creative act of salvation affect every aspect of our lives? Watch writer, actor, and filmmaker Evan Koons discuss how the gifts of God to his church are supposed to become gifts of God to the rest of the world.
What happened in the life of God before and after the act of creation? Watch this video with actor and writer Evan Koons as he talks about the significance of being made in the image of a trinitarian God.
In this video interview, Winfield Bevins and Dan Alger sit down to discuss both the positive contributions and the cultural barriers of planting a church in the Anglican tradition. They conclude that the richness of Anglicanism is fertile ground for missional work in 21st century America.
When we enter a worship service, we bring with us certain expectations—the style of music, the call and response, the themes. In today’s video interview, worship leader Andy Piercy shares what typically characterizes what he calls the second stage of worship.