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Insights From The Presbyterian and Reformed Public Theology Conference

Political theory and engagement has always been a contentious issue. There’s a reason it is not considered a “polite” topic of dinner conversation, and yet, the current social and political environment seem to be especially contentious. Political debate rages throughout the United States — debates not merely concerning arcane tax policy or legislative process but…

Talking With Teens About Sex

Talking with teens about sex

As we teach children about God’s good design for human sexuality, we testify to the goodness of God’s plan, the grace of the gospel, and the hope of heaven!

Ministry at the End of Life: Shepherding Aging Congregations

End of life

Ministry leaders must help our people to end well: to face the reality of decline, dying, and death while preparing for glory spiritually, practically, and emotionally.

Longing for Hope? Look to Jesus.

Irwyn Ince’s “Hope Ain’t a Hustle” Centers the Christian Hope on the Glory of Jesus
MNA Coordinator Pro Tempore Irwyn Ince Hope

The book is an analysis of the Christian’s sure hope in Jesus, as expressed in the book of Hebrews.  

After Darkness, Light

New expressions of an ancient Good Friday service engage the heart and mind.
Good Friday

With a focus on Christ’s reconciling work on the cross, bringing us back into a right relationship with God, the service is a meaningful reminder that we were not abandoned nor alone. This is the message of the gospel for every generation.

Dangerous Desires

Fighting the Forgotten Sin of Coveting

The reality of our inner desires is that they overflow into our outward actions. What we desire matters.

Waiting in the Light

Advent, waiting

God’s light reveals his glory and our guilt. But guilt isn’t the final word.

Advent Meditation: Hope and Fear

Centuries before Micah penned his prophecy, another unlikely king came from Bethlehem.

Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

Everything created by God is good and is to be received gratefully.

The Laws of Jubilee: A Way to Strengthen the Family

Leviticus, Jubilee, family

How can the church serve as a support structure for its families, especially when they encounter difficulties?

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