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Our Discussion What goes into spreading God’s word? And what are the motivations behind it? Today, we are joined by Elliot Clark, author of Evangelism as Exiles and Mission Affirmed! Elliot has served in Central Asia with his wife as a cross-cultural church planter, and currently works with Training Leaders International. We’ll be having an…

Our Discussion What is the role of women in the church, and how has it changed from biblical times to the present? Our special guest for today is Dr. Lynn Cohick, Provost, Academic Dean, and Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary University! She will be providing us with her incredible insight as we take…

Holy Week is a celebratory time that brings much joy and planning. It’s preceded by a season of Lent—a 40-day period of fasting and repentance, which is followed by a 50-day Easter season that stretches from Easter to Pentecost. Holy Week is celebrated all around the world in the month of April. It begins on…

The Ephesians 2 Gospel Project is already making an impact. Kristin Caynor, who has assisted our work on this project, was recently asked to guest lecture on the topic at the Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence as the opening of their 2022 Lent lecture series. Kristin is an American who grew up…

This text, Ephesians 2:13–17, speaks of reconciliation between peoples— through the cross of Christ. 13 But now in Christ Jesus, you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ. 14 For he himself is our peace, who has made us both one and has broken down in his flesh the…

At the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp on August 6, 2015, I took this picture of myself in front of an aerial photo of the center. I did this to acknowledge the shame of human beings (me being of the same species) who committed the atrocities there. First, some background material: But now in Christ Jesus, you who once…

The Bible tells us that we are all created in the image of God, that we have been equipped and gifted with unique talents for a purpose and for His glory. Unfortunately, communities across the world have shifted the way they see or think about certain concepts in the Bible, including ‘being fearfully and wonderfully…

As we continue to talk about seeing God’s glory in communities across the world, we want to bring your attention back to Nepal, where Mission ONE has spent a significant amount of time alongside local partners, doing life together and helping meet the needs of the local community. We believe that both body and spirit…

*The names in this blog post have been changed to protect the identity of our partners.  In our last blog post, we addressed the importance of philosophy in Christianity and how some beliefs, like those of the Greek Philosophers Plato and Aristotle, have affected the theology and teachings of many Christians across the world over…

The church today looks a lot different than it did even over the last 50 years or so. Like anything else, as time passes, things shift and change. Forces affect how we think about certain things around us, and the church is not exempt from this. Popular culture is ever changing and always competing for…

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