Staying Tied to Foreign Missions

When a church we respect has discerned a particular calling, our first inclination may be to copy. But that’s not just a shortcut; it may be a short circuit.

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You’re an Ambassador, and Your Home is an Embassy

In “The Gospel Comes with a House Key,” Butterfield weaves together memoir and theology to tell the story of her family’s commitment to “radically ordinary hospitality.”

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While the retirement years entice some to spend their days in leisure, some PCA couples use their newfound freedom to serve.

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Post-Truth (And Consequences)

Fake news may be a fight not over truth, but over power. In other words, a struggle between different views of reality.

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The Politics of Kindness

“The Westminster Confession declares it our duty to pray for the civil magistrate. The Scriptures tell us to minister to those whom God has placed in political leadership, to pray for them, and when possible, like Paul, to present the gospel with the hope that Jesus will change lives.”

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