by Christopher Easley When I was a teenager, I read Mark Cahill’s One Thing You Can’t Do in Heaven. The title of the book refers to evangelism: In heaven, there won’t be anyone who doesn’t know Jesus to share the good news with. The time to change lives for eternity is now! Despite Cahill’s winsome … Continue reading Eternal Mission: Why Our Greatest Work Awaits Us in the Life to Come
by Alison Freeman You’re on the treadmill doing some light cardio to finish off a Tuesday morning workout next to your believing gym-buddy Melissa. Chatting about plans for the weekend, Melissa comments, “Lent starts on Monday.” “Lent?” you repeat, bemused. “Yes, for the Orthodox, Lent starts on a Monday,” she says. “You’re probably used to … Continue reading Five Reasons to Visit Your Friend’s Church
by Sean Luke Soft sunlight flooding your room at the crack of dawn whispers the fresh promises of a new day. The trees slowly stir and dance for joy as the wind jostles their branches; they clap as the sun rises, awakening the dawn with silent swayings of joy. “Out of Zion, the perfection of … Continue reading God’s Beauty in God’s Mission
The primary function of the church is not evangelism, but to be a place for the dwelling of God on the earth. This requires that people grow and receive God and occupy their place with God. That would have a natural effect of evangelism. — Dallas Willard, "Rethinking Evangelism" As we let Christ tend the … Continue reading Why Mission Central?