Immigrants in America: What Every Pastor Needs to Know

by Panravee Vongjaroenrat
Maria is from a remote village in Guatemala. She took her children, ages nine and sixteen, on a long trek through Mexico and into the United States to escape her cruel husband. He … read more

In Babylon: Holy Living Amidst Empire

by Walter Brueggemann
Our capacity to let the Bible be contemporary among us depends on spotting imaginative analogies between our time and ancient time. One such analogue is the notion that Christians … read more

Minimize Brick, Maximize Mission: Budgeting for Missional Mobility

by Mike Slaughter
Growing churches inevitably face space constraints. With growth comes the dilemma to build or not to build, where to build, and what to build. This is when we must honestly… read more

Ministry WITH the Poor: Doing For; Doing With; Being With

by Paul Slentz
A conversation about ministry “with” the poor should start with one important reminder: the poor are indeed in ministry. I didn't always know that this was the case… read more

Prophetic Preaching in the Real Pulpit

by Matthew L. Kelley
I went to a large preaching conference a few years back, where one day was specially designated as a “celebration of prophetic preaching.” Some very big names were the … read more

Relieving Poverty Through Micro–Investing

by Roy I. Sano
We have all learned the ancient Chinese adage: give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day; teach a man to fish and he'll eat for a lifetime. God showed Abraham and Sarah this truth … read more
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