Whatever We Endeavor, All of It Is His
Creation was fashioned by God, fashioned with life that surges and scintillates in its bosom, fashioned with the powers that lie dormant in its womb. Yet, lying there, it displayed but half its beauty. Now, however, God crowns it with humanity, who awakens its life, arouses its powers, and with human hands brings to light the glory that once lay locked in its depths but had not yet shone on its countenance.
Homesick at Home: Chesterton on the Paradox of Exile
By Joseph Sunde
We are strangers in a strange land, and yet we are meant to make something of the world. How can this be, and what might it mean?
When the Spirit Comes: New Creation and New Community
By Charlie Self
Christian mission, spirituality, and theology have been navigating between isolated individualism and coercive collectivism from the third century to the present.
Both the Old and New Testaments confirm the necessity of personal faith and repentance toward the Lord as a condition of divine favor and ultimate salvation. Yet an equal number of texts affirm participation in the community of God’s people, with an ethos of humility, love and service.
Love Is the Law of His Kingdom
We are seeing a universal pursuit of equality, a yearning to eliminate all distinction based on birth or property and not on personal value, a strong push for independence and freedom. In church and state, in family and society, in vocation and business, each person wants to see their own rights defined, wants to cast their own vote, and wants to stand up for their own interests.
The Fruit of Our Labor Is Fellowship
How Team Z Says ‘Yes’ to the Economy of Love
By Joseph Sunde
What does it mean to say “yes” to the family?
In Episode 2, we see a prime example through the Zwyghuizen family (otherwise known as “Team Z”). For Team Z, it means something as simple as loving, encouraging, and blessing each other each and every day — and not just a standalone family.