Throughout the centuries, Christians have embraced new tools to take the message of God’s Kingdom to their known world. One of the most influential was Gutenberg’s printing press of 1450, the first ripple which would grow to today’s tsunami of digital mass communication. Continue reading Embracing New Tools for God’s Kingdom
If you desire to sow God’s good news and watch it grow in people’s hearts and minds, then have you considered the potential harvest from your labors on the Internet? You may have a lasting impact even after you’re no longer able to post. Continue reading Are You Sharing Your Faith Online?
Have you ever meditated on the incarnation of Christ? Other than His divine conception, God entered into our world in the normal human way, in utero, through birth, and into childhood. The eternal Word’s first words were just as any other infant’s. He lived as we live. He knew discomfort and delight, loss and love. Continue reading Our Lives, Our Worship, and the Incarnation of Christ
There is a sacredness in waiting. It crystallizes where our trust is. Will we turn to our own resources? Or will we wait, patiently, trusting God’s goodness even though we don’t see an answer? Because my hope is attached to the person of Christ, I can live in anticipation that an answer could be any day. Wonder carries that same vein of anticipation. Continue reading Advent: Waiting with Anticipation (Guest Post)
This year, eQuipping for eMinistry is hosting a Cru blogger on each of the Sundays of Advent. Thank you for following along with this Advent series and for encouraging (and following) Cru staff on their blogs. Lindsey Dennis is featured … Continue reading When Sorrow Collides With Joy (Guest Post)
How many times have you cried out, “How long, O Lord!?!”: “… Will you forget me forever? How long will you hide your face from me?”
We yearn, we despair, we hope, we weep, we believe—waiting on the answer to our prayers. Continue reading Advent: The Real Promise Keeper (Guest Post)