1. Evangelical
Over the weekend, my attention was drawn to re-reading one of Jonathan Edwards’ best-loved sermons, Heaven Is a World of Love. The following paragraph moved me. [In heaven] everything is beauteous to behold, amiable, and excellent in itself. The God that dwells and gloriously manifests himself there is infinitely lovely—gloriously lovely as a heavenly Father, […]
  1. General Christian
“Don’t just doing something, stand there.”—Daniel Berrigan When I was young, I learned the liturgical seasons by where we put our bodies. On the first Monday during Advent, my parents would pick my sister and me up from school. We would drive an hour to Williams International where they were building engines for cruise missiles. […]
  1. Evangelical
Historian Arlin Migliazzo’s Mother of Modern Evangelicalism: The Life and Legacy of Henrietta Mears is the latest entry in Eerdmans’s Library of Religious Biography series, edited by Mark Noll, Kathryn Gin Lum, and Heather Carter. I agree with the endorsers for this volume, who write things like: George Marsden: “We have long need a first-rate […]
  1. Evangelical
Growing your skills in relational evangelism depends on authentic friendships with non-Christian friends. Active involvement in the life of non-Christians will allow you to be in a place to give a personal invitation to church or listen for spiritual thirst or even share a part of your personal testimony. Though those evangelism habits can be […]

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Historian Arlin Migliazzo’s Mother of Modern Evangelicalism: The Life and Legacy of Henrietta Mears is the latest entry in Eerdmans’s Library of Religious Biography series, edited by Mark Noll, Kathryn Gin Lum, and Heather Carter. I agree with the endorsers for this volume, who write things like: George Marsden: “We have long need a first-rate […]

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