Disciple Nations Alliance president Scott Allen unpacks what we mean when we say “biblical worldview” and why this concept is so important for the Church to grasp.
Malcolm Muggeridge, a professed atheist and communist who turned to Christ, wrote this profound essay on liberalism, its roots in atheism, and the kind of behavior it produces in its advocates.
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
Free, just and thriving nations are like fruitful trees. To flourish, they require the right conditions and the right soil. What are the conditions that give rise to such a nation? What are the foundational principles upon which such nations … Continued
This is an excerpt (chapter 11) from If Jesus Were Mayor. Kingdom Mathematics acknowledges that: When we give our weakness to God, He multiplies it. He turns our weakness into strength. He often chooses the weak, poor and insignificant–the opposite … Continued
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