A Vision of Hope

A Vision of Hope

A vision of hope for 2022. Everywhere we look in the world today we seem to see and hear about evidences of bad news: strife, inequity, crime, poverty, racism, deception, discrimination, oppression, anger, hate, alienation, depression, famine, climate change, disease...
The Biblical Festivals

The Biblical Festivals

For over 40 years I’ve been impressed and often captivated by the consistency of God’s Word and witness in the entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. He is truly the same yesterday, today, and forever! One way of tracing this thread of witness is...
Revival Cycles

Revival Cycles

I was asked to share some of the insights that informed the contents of our most recent Study Guide, Awakening, with a group of seasoned believers. The presentation went well today with many questions asked and much interest expressed. Some of the material opened up...
Critical Theories?

Critical Theories?

It’s a hot topic these days and getting hotter, especially in social justice circles. What exactly is Critical Theory, and why are so many having problems with it? Today I was asked to give a presentation of the subject from a faith-based point of view. It turns...
Blankophobia

Blankophobia

I was invited to share with a group of mature Christians this morning about how the Gospel message relates to some of the aspects of our current society. You might be interested in how God’s provision of salvation, if followed by transforming sanctification as...
A challenging year

A challenging year

WORLD Magazine has just announced its 2020 “Daniel of the Year” award, given to a man who has been an inspiration to me for decades, John Perkins. The title of WORLD’s article is timely and merits repeating here: “After an election,...