When I go to prepare a place for you, I will return and take you to be with me so that where I am you will be too (John 14:3, CEB).
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By: Stephen McAlpine
In his novel The City and The City, English author China Mieville sets a murder mystery in two cities, Beszel and Ul Quoma. Bezsel is run down and grimy (think Eastern bloc 1970s), while Ul Quoma is all Singapore glitz and glam.
By: Laura Bennett
Isolation makes you think. Holed up at home with only family and FaceTime to fill the social void, we’re left with a lot more time to consider life’s essentials, and the things that matter most. Continue reading “Tyler Ellis’s Social Experiment Shows the Gospel Isn’t as Well Known as You’d Think”
By: Sheridan Voysey
I was once asked to do a radio debate with an atheist. One of the criticisms my counterpart raised was that Christianity had been reduced to a faith that was only interested in getting people to heaven, instead of a faith that changed this life too. While the criticism wasn’t entirely fair (it’s hard to think of an institution today that hasn’t been founded or shaped by the faith), I had to agree that in some cases she was right. Christianity is so much more than getting people ‘up there’, even if some televangelists would have you think otherwise. Continue reading “Heaven is a Symphony Playing All Around You. Here Are Three Ways to Hear it”