A theology of danger and martyrdom is not a prominent theme in our churches today.
Hesham Shehab: Did the Reformation Lack Missionary Zeal?
Did the Reformation Lack Missionary Zeal? The Reformation is known for bringing the Gospel to light, but it is accused of lacking an intentional the missionary spirit to bring itRead More
Of all of King’s speeches and writings, the one that has had the most transformative power for me is his masterful “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” ...
Opinion: Martin Luther King Jr.’s hard words for white Christians
by: Robert P. Jones Jan. 17, 2022 (RNS) — White people regularly dilute the words of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to be more palatable. No one isRead More
Constantine was the first emperor to stop the persecution of Christians and to legalize Christianity...
Hesham Shehab: Did the Constantinian Roman Empire Divert the Christian Mission?
Did the Constantinian Roman Empire Divert the Christian Mission? Even though the persecution of Christians occurred, sporadically and usually locally, throughout the Roman Empire, in the first three centuries, theRead More
Missionaries today are more likely to be teachers or facilitators...
Mission Tests Our Christian Faith: Do Christians live the Great Commission?
Mission Tests Our Christian Faith Do Christians live the Great Commission? Ideally speaking, we would expect this much: All Christians are involved in mission after having received the good newsRead More
In particular, the rising numbers of economic and political immigrants into the United States, have made mission an important task.
The Christian Mission Today, Charms and Challenge
“16 Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. 17 And when they saw Him they worshiped Him, but some doubted. 18Read More