When the book of Acts is dealt with in truth, rather than sentimentalism, it may challenge the current way of doing mission. Mangerizing God’s Mission: The Subversive Book of Acts
By contrasting prosperity theology’s divine economy and agrarianism’s great economy, this article explores the intersection between prosperity theology and the issues surrounding the ecological crisis, such as climate change, environmental degradation, human greed, and wanton consumerism. Posterity or Prosperity?: Critiquing and Refiguring Prosperity Theologies in an Ecological Age
REI’s #getoutside campaign serves as a reminder that economical and ecological worlds weave together inextricably and we must not ignore their intersection. Good (Black) Friday: Reflections on REI and Christian Discipleship
“Dumbfounded: Thoughts on Resurrection Power, Human Finitude, and the Good Samaritan for Young Pastors Burning Out,” a chapter from Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil: Stories about the Challenges of Young Pastors, edited by James Ellis III.
If God does not live solely within the walls of a church building, how we might live the life of the Spirit of Pentecost in everyday terms for everyday mission? The God of Cereal Aisles: Practicing an Everyday Pentecost
God’s sovereignty does not free the Church from the responsibility to evangelize, but releases the Church to the responsibility to evangelize. If God is Sovereign…Why Evangelize?
Sitting, Waiting, and Hoping in the Tomb of Jesus (Christianity Today)
Three big ideas to remember on your first Easter. The Last Supper: Tips for the Church Planters First Easter
What it means for a Christian leader to accept the invitation to enter the full humanity of Jesus.
“Peaceful Pentecost: The Pentecostal Pacifists Tradition for Contemporary Political Praxis and Theology,” a chapter from Holy Imagination: Rethinking Social Holiness, edited by Nathan Crawford, Jonathan Dodrill, and David Wilson.