In these fractured and partisan days, we could fix the world if we all had a bit more empathy, right?
As a Christian professor and pastor who now works in the US after many years in Austria, I sometimes find myself in conversations with Americans who are interested to know about the health of the Christian church in Europe.
Jacob Shatzer, an assistant professor and associate dean in the School of Theology and Missions at Union University, addresses the way technology forms us, especially in regards to Christian discipleship
We were designed to produce the fruit of the Spirit; it is who we are.
The power of Justin Whitmel Earley’s book lies not in its novelty or rigor but in its simplicity and accessibility.
The Pentecost story can be, for some like me, greatly intimidating—all that super-charged energy in wild-eyed praise of the risen Lord, sheer madness—enough to make some of us question our place on plastic chairs or hard wooden pews.