Listening follows hearing. One can hear many things without listening. Dr Tabua Tuima explores the origin and meanings of these words.
Why does surrender seem so difficult? Do we have an incorrect understanding of it? Is it something we are or are not doing? Have our expectations of God been wrong?
Dr Reinder Bruinsma is a retired church administrator and academic in The Netherlands, who continues to write and teach. He talked with about his recent book projects, as well as their links to his life and experience.
Written by teacher, lecturer and passionate educator Dr Trevor Lloyd, Listening in the Morning is a devotional book with a singular golden thread running throughout: teaching is a missional calling.
On part one, this series looks at the story a story from Jacob and reflects on “the hidden God”. Read part two: What is God playing at?
As the story of a changing church in a changing world, 1922 resists simple answers, but identifies significant questions we are yet to fully confront.
We need to become masters of language, those who truly proclaim the gospel to every “tongue”.
Living Kingdom would be an excellent resource for small groups and Bible studies, as well as for personal or family devotional time.
The title “Son of the Most High” (uios upsistou)—instead of being one of the most distinguished of the titles of Jesus—actually unites Him with His followers.
Certainly, during lockdowns, it was a great way to church without going to church. But the question, again—is online church really church?