Tag Archive: mission

Good Endings Don’t Come Out of Left Field

In the last post, we reviewed what Middleton believes is our raison d’être: to steward the power God has bestowed upon as the rulers and subduers of the world in a responsible, non-violent… Continue reading

Just Be Who You Are!

For the past two Christmases, someone decided it was a good idea to do made-for-TV renditions of favorite children’s dramas. Two years ago it was The Sound of Music, and this year, Peter… Continue reading

More Than Just a Job (Why Work Is Good Not Evil)

For too many people, their faith has little to do with their work.  Sure, they don’t allow their jobs to be an excuse for ruthlessness or immorality, but their faith doesn’t inform their… Continue reading

What is the Bible Trying to Do to Us?

Scot McKnight, The Blue Parakeet, Chapter 8: The Boring Chapter (on Missional Listening) In this chapter McKnight picks up and finishes the thought of the last chapter by exploring what it is that… Continue reading

God’s Kingdom: A Review

Recently, I have been teaching about the theological concept of “kingdom” in the Sunday morning Bible class I am privileged to co-teach.  This great concept was central to Jesus and his teachings, and… Continue reading