Articles

March 20th, 2020

The Fear of Death and the Promise of Shalom

Today, 1 in 3 people say they fear death--a significant uptick as a result of the corona virus. Mark Greene of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity reminds us of the source of our peace and the impact our calm response in the face of fearful headlines can have on others. "Out...

via Bill Peel
March 18th, 2020

This Crisis Will Change Us for Better or Worse

Although pain is inevitable, misery is optional. The same calamity can produce positive change in one person and cause caustic bitterness in another. Whether pain's life-shaping power makes us better or bitter depends on what we believe about God. George McDonald explains it like this:...

March 25th, 2020

What to Do When the World Falls Apart

David Gowdey is a business leader in Dallas and one of our favorite Bible teachers. He is CEO of Barrington Gifts, manufacturer of quality leather goods. You will enjoy learning about the Barrington story, why they manufacture in China, who they employ, and how they treat their employees....

Channel(s): Culture and Worldview
September 15th, 2017

Fighting Zombies at Work

Have you ever felt half-alive on Monday morning, facing a week of impossible deadlines, challenging circumstances, or decaying relationships? The following article from our friends at The High Calling and Theology of Work Project reminds us that our world is in a constant state of decay,...

October 31st, 2011

Generation Limbo | Hope for Struggling Young People

Young people between the ages of 18 and 29 have lost all hope because of the current economic crisis. But circumstances facing the Millennial Generation may well be an opportunity for the Church. Read more at Breakpoint.