What does it mean for a people committeed to being heard to call Christ the “King of kings”?
Living in the Kingdom requires us to slow down so that everyone can keep up.
What would it look like to lift up God’s Word in our heart rather than fossilizing it in our laws?
In order to know real fellowship and connection, we must be willing to suffer.
We all want to be the hero of our own story. Unfortunately, every one of us has played the villain.
My world – pluralistic, cosmopolitan, individualistic and consumption-based – is permeated by a worldview that I call Babylon. Even if you do not live in Babylon, I can assure you that you are touched by the long shadow that it casts.