A reminder that justice requires more than just our prayers for God to “be with” those who are suffering. It requires us.
Tag Archives: John M. Perkins
October 06, 2014
September 27, 2014
World-renowned fine artist, and Episode 6 special guest, Makoto Fujimura came to Grand Rapids, this week. He’s here promoting his latest work “Walking on Water – Azurite” for the nationally-recognized art competition ArtPrize. An elegy to the 2011 Tsunami that obliterated the coasts of Japan’s northern islands, “Walking on Water” seizes the essence of destruction, […]
September 23, 2014
I received a fascinating missive the other day. It was from a father—and a well-meaning father, at that—who was attempting to restore harmony in his household. Because this is a common desire for much of the world, both in our homes and in culture at large, I feel it’s my Christian duty to share both […]
September 12, 2014
How does the ancient idea of hospitality stack up with today’s Evangelical hospitality?
May 23, 2014
There’s a number of ways you could have heard about For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles (FLOW). Maybe you attended a premiere or saw the trailer or got an email. Maybe you read about us in a magazine or heard a message over the airwaves. My favorite would be if you were […]