The story of the Mennonite colonists who settled in a harsh region of Paraguay powerfully demonstrates how God enables humans to use their own imagination, courage, and hard work to transform desolation into abundance.
God loves individuality and has made the universe with incredible diversity. There is no one else like you. God made you for a unique purpose for the advancement of His Kingdom. This downloadable workbook is designed for individual self-reflection. It … Continued
LifeWork: Developing a Biblical Theology of Vocation is a downloadable workbook that contains a narrative as well as a series of vocation-related Bible studies and exercises that will help you develop a biblical theology for your particular vocational area, leading to practical … Continued
Pastor Mark Dean of Sienna Ranch Baptist Church in Texas explains why there is no distinction in God’s Kingdom between sacred and secular work.
The Old Testament story of Ruth shows how the dignity of work is a powerful solution to poverty. This ancient historical account demonstrates that poverty is driven by cultural lies, including the lie that work is a curse.
To wrap up this series Darrow Miller looks at how just as every nation has a culture, so the Kingdom of God has a culture and that culture is rooted in the character of God himself. The culture of the … Continued
The people that gather on Sunday are the people that scatter all over the city on Monday. In the Old Testament the leaders of the city would gather at the gates of the city. It was at this place that … Continued
If we look at the life and work of Charles and John Wesley in England, they preached Christ crucified. They also said, “If you come to the cross, there needs to be a transformation in your life and there needs … Continued
In this video, Darrow Miller addresses the question, “What is the Church?” Is it a building? Is it an institution or an organization? Is it a people? How we answer this question has implications for the role of the church … Continued
As we think about the Monday church, we need to see that each of us has been created by God by a particular purpose. Darrow Miller says it this way: I like to say it this way: “We have been … Continued