A community of strangers

By Andrew Munneke / Communities & worldviews that mimic those of the church are growing, but those who truly claim Jesus as Lord are being pushed to the margins of our culture. Is there hope for the true church, and the world, as we steadily move toward exile?

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When religious kingdoms fall, the Kingdom of God wins

By Lee Kemp  Today, I write this post with a burdened heart.  I am filled with an overwhelming desire to see established churches receive church plants and support them. For them to view church planting as an opportunity to advance the Kingdom of God. For them to take on the awesome privilege of incubating a… Continue reading When religious kingdoms fall, the Kingdom of God wins

Planting the Gospel vs. planting a church

By Lee Kemp  It’s the old, worn out elephant wearing the fresh, sparkly tutu. She’s sitting in the room, and we can’t help but notice the mismatched pair. We silently observe that the glittering tutu does nothing to mask the giant, sagging wrinkles of the tired figure wearing it. It doesn’t seem to work. Church… Continue reading Planting the Gospel vs. planting a church