How should Christians respond in the midst of our polarizing political climate? By engaging in one of the most political acts available to us: Prayer.
I am a campus minister for the CRCNA at Iowa State University, giving oversight to the campus ministry, Areopagus.
Coffee, Soccer, Writing, Reading, Films, and Philosophy.
In our visual culture, the images of anger, murder, sin, and injustice are constantly placed before us, and the challenge for the church is: how will we respond?
How the Church reacts to COVID-19 and to the rising tide of justice issues will have a significant shaping influence on her future in the United States for years to come (for good or for bad).
How can churches and campus ministries work together during this COVID-19 outbreak?
There are signs and symbols in each of our lives that serve as reminders to us of God's providence.
A look back at the most popular posts from 2019, as well as some book reviews for your 2020 reading list.
Reflections on my ongoing conversations with my father about faith, sexuality, and the gospel.
A look back at the most popular posts at the Areopagus website, as well as some book recommendations for 2019.
How do you read the gospels? Here's my book review of Jonathan Pennington's book, Reading the Gospels Wisely.
Reflecting on the nature and impact of ideologies at work in our society by drawing on Johannes Verkuyl and his book, The Message of Liberation in Our Age.
Thanks for posting this, Marc. I've followed Paul's online work for a while now, and we tried to engage in some online conversations among campus ministers through Youtube this summer. I would...
Introductory post for our Fall study series...
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