God Is Still There
A wilderness is defined as an uncultivated, uninhabited, inhospitable region. At least that’s the definition I was given when I googled it. I would also describe a wilderness as dry, barren, lonely, and rocky. And it was in a spiritual wilderness that I found myself several years ago. Because it was a time in my life that was […]
New ebook REACH on using social media to share the good news
The authors are convinced of the incredible kingdom opportunity that social media provide, and they present this potential in an enticing and clear way. Their main focus is on Facebook (including the opportunity to share YouTube clips within it), plus a brief encouragement to blog.
Sources of digital evangelism news, strategies, ideas
Publications that bring new ideas, strategies and stories.
New free video tells the Christmas story - embed or download
In the Celtic Christian tradition, 'thin spaces' are times and places where the spiritual and the natural world intersect – occasions when it is possible to reach out and be touched by God. Christmas, even in our post-christendom world, is such a thin space.
God's stunning world, as timelapse film
Exciting timelapse from Dustin Farrell. Make sure you watch it in full screen (that's the 4-arrows icon bottom-right of the YouTube player). The bigger your monitor, the better.
True Woman: Taking God Seriously
My dad, Art DeMoss, went Home to be with the Lord over thirty years ago. It was on the weekend of my 21st birthday that I got the call he had had a heart attack and was instantly with the Lord.
Revive Our Hearts: The Incomparable Christ
During the weeks leading up to Easter, Nancy will be teaching an extended series on the person and work of Christ, based on The Incomparable Christ by J. Oswald Sanders. This is a special opportunity to prepare our hearts to commemorate the passion and resurrection of Christ. May you come to know, love, trust, follow, and reflect Christ in a greater way during this holy season!
True Woman: Microwaves and the Eternal God
Do you remember when snail mail was the only option? As a child, I had a pen-pal in Seoul, Korea. Because of the geographic distance, our correspondence required several days of waiting patiently between letters. While I love the ease and convenience of email, I think living without “waiting” may make it difficult for us to grasp the concept of the eternal.
True Woman: Are You Treating Jesus Like a Good Luck Charm?
When I want to do well, want things to go my way, or even want to succeed for my own glory, I sometimes run to Jesus like I would a lucky rabbit’s foot or pre-game ritual. And when life throws me a curveball, I find myself wondering “Where were you on that one.”
True Woman: Blanketed by Grace
A snow-blanketed junk yard or trash heap looks as beautiful as rolling hills or a pine forest because all you can see is the snow. The same is true for the trash heap that is our lives. The mess we’ve made of things becomes quiet and peaceful when it is covered over by a blanket of God’s grace. What was visible the day before is now forgotten as our once scarlet sins are made white as snow.