For the sake of mission, we need to rediscover the gospel that the BCP empowers us to pray.
The travesty of the predominant Orlando narrative is devastating because it questions many peoples' real charitable motives in the aftermath.
Fr. Jonathan Mitchican considers the four secrets of successful pastors.
Sons of Anarchy is first and foremost a show about what it is like to live in a world without grace, a world where the law reigns and the Gospel is in short supply.
Mutual restraint and generosity enabled this event to be plainly and obviously one of God’s own kingdom, where adoption is a dream for God’s people (Romans 8:23).
Craig Uffman finds my explanation of Reformation teaching reductionistic. I find it puzzling that he rejects the idea that the gospel is primarily for us.
The gospel is the proclamation that “the crucified and risen Jesus is the Messiah of Israel and therefore the Lord of the world.” And the time is ripe for a preaching ministry that reflects this gospel and equips the saints for the holy life which is our spiritual worship.
We must take the Osteen out of our own eyes before we go looking to remove it from our neighbor's.