We've been so busy defending our faith—holding onto our “right answers” firmly—that we’ve lost some of the freedom that Jesus came to bring.
Nathan serves as an associate pastor at Ann Arbor CRC and partners with Resonate Global Mission as he directs Cohort Detroit, an immersive ministry year for young adults who seek to love God deeply, work for justice, and humbly serve alongside Detroit communities at the margins.
As our chests tighten from anxieties over health, elections, and daily hurdles, receive a prayer (attributed to Oscar Romero, a Salvadoran priest and martyr of the Christian faith).
Izaak, again, I'd like to take this up in person sometime. It's an incredibly important conversation. A blog I read made me think back to this post. As I hear your arguments, I can't help but hear...
Thanks, Staci!posted on: Matthew 2 and The Beauty of a Small Gospel
"The church holds the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and the kingdom of heaven is opened and shut through the preaching of the gospel, not through giving people bread and shelter, as important as...
This article repeats a well-worn and tired dichotomy between those who care for social issues and those who care for the eternal souls. This debate has been present in the CRC since our founding (...