The New Economics Will Be People

So I went to a coffee shop this morning and was struck by the utter efficiency they were churning out drinks. In fact the team lead said this much as encouragement to the six other workers behind the counter. I walked in. Smiled at the barista. Was greeted with a...

Engaging Contemporary Culture

Series of four lectures by Jerram Barrs: 1)Friday Night Session I: Cooperating with God’s Testimony in the Lives of Unbelievers 2) Echoes of Eden in Literature, Legend and Myth 3) The Evangelism of Jesus: Parables for a Mixed Gathering 4) Acts 17: Paul and the...

Winterize Your View of Missions

I am typically dissatisfied with the quality of articles that I find in the Perspectives mailer I get once a month. I took the Perspectives mission class a couple of years ago at The Bethlehem Institute and was challenged as several viewpoints were presented –...

Islam: Religion of Peace

Is this true? Kim Riddlebarger points to this article and claims otherwise. I have oft raised the question as it seems that the Muslim you meet next door is friendly enough for our culture to say, “If it works for them…” But I have constantly been...

Does Poverty in the USA Eliminate Action Elsewhere?

One more thing to add: Someone may protest that we dare not go somewhere to stop a tyrannical ruler when thousands of people are starving here in the USA. I’m not so sure I buy this logic. Should we only take part in universal campaigns against wrong when the house is...