Theologian on hospice on why he loves Jesus.
Does God care about everything all the time? Nazarene pastor and author and process theologian Thomas Jay Oord on God, Jesus, Hope and even some politics.
Acclaimed singer songwriter Martyn Joseph answers with questions and wonders why Jesus never visited John The Baptist in prison.
National Latino Evangelical Coalition president Gabriel Salguero on the Nazareth manifesto and Kingdom principles.
Ron Rolheiser on Jesus' power, the mystery of hope, and God's risk with freedom.
Do we make fear our idol?
Brian McLaren discusses the liberating yet disturbing message from Jesus about living in the Kingdom of God.
Andy Harrington offers some thoughts and stories on justice and the Kingdom of God.
An Advent Poem.
Marco Saavedra on power, the Gospel, and Jesus.
"Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing?"
"Don’t weep," said Jesus. Then He came to the stretcher, and those carrying it stood still. Jesus said, "Young man, listen! Get up!" The dead man immediately sat up and began talking.
John Perkins on love and emancipation.
Rudy Rasmus on love, faith and salvation.
Jesus' party invite recommendations.
Michael Frost suggests the best seats in the house may not be where you think they are. Dinner party etiquette from Luke 14.
We shouldn't love the Cross.
Nish Weiseth on sharing stores of struggle and holding onto hope in the seemingly mundane routines of life.
Sarah Bessey on seeing things being made new.
Gallipoli or Calvary? Fight or die? "Christian" or Christ-like? Every year around ANZAC day - Australia's commemoration of those killed in war - the passage John 15:13 is quoted. Could this be a form of idolatry in the church today? Let us consider the next verse, John 15:14 "If you love me, you will obey what I command." ie. Love like I love, dying for enemies, not killing me. Jarrod Saul McKenna reflects.
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