3 Reasons Complementarianism Is a Missions Issue

This article is cross-posted on ABWE. Christian love across lines of differing convictions are essential to the missionary task of the church. To make disciples of all nations invariably involves flexing, adapting, and bending to an innumerable number of circumstances in the name of Christlikeness. Culture and language acquisition are only the beginning; to reach … Continue reading 3 Reasons Complementarianism Is a Missions Issue

Questioning the Kingdom? – Part 4: Two Kingdoms Theology

This article is cross-posted on Founders Ministries. In this series, we have considered the nature of the kingdom of Christ, the fruit produced by that spiritual kingdom, and the priority of evangelism in all Christian cultural endeavors. But it is possible that we have made it this far without truly answering the foundational questions of … Continue reading Questioning the Kingdom? – Part 4: Two Kingdoms Theology

Why ‘No Matter Who Wins, Jesus is Lord’ Isn’t Just a Cliché

Earlier this week, I was on a walk in my neighborhood with my three children when I happened across our Roman Catholic friends. After briefly bantering about politics and the chaos of the election, I made a comment to this effect: “Whatever the outcome is, at least Jesus is still Lord.” The wife responded, “You … Continue reading Why ‘No Matter Who Wins, Jesus is Lord’ Isn’t Just a Cliché