Category: Religion

The Completeness of God’s Redemption

The battle is age old. We are still working to discover and bring clarity to what God is actually redeeming through the enormous gift of love we have in Jesus Christ. Kris Vallotton gives...

Christlike Character

This story has not been validated as a true story, but the principles still ring true: At 3:00 AM one very cold morning, a missionary candidate walked into an office for a scheduled interview...

Christian Syncretism

Jesus was straightforward and said: “You cannot serve God and mammon.” This is the dilemma that far too often leads to syncretism, or the mixing of beliefs and by implication compromizing lordship. Christian Syncretism...

Turkey – a case study

Throughout the Bible we find evidence that there are guardian spirits set over nations. We see names like Egypt, Babylon, Libya, Assyria, Ethiopia and find there is a connection to a spirit of the...

Escape or Restoration?

It may not be the number one topic of our discussions, but it pretty much pervades our thinking and has major implications on our outlook and the reasons why we engage or not. Where...

Multiculturalism = confusion

Individuals, families, communities and nations must be built on a foundation. They are not stringed up in lose air. Without a foundation nothing can stand. Cultures are a broad expression of all that is...

Five-fold ministry in Ekklesia

God’s aim is to fully restore the rule and reign of His Kingdom. He was so set on this that He even made provision for restoration should mankind choose to go the wrong way....

Political is Spiritual

Back in the days, when God commanded mankind to spread out and populate the earth, taking dominion over creation, He was disappointed by humanity’s choice to do the opposite. The tower of Babel was...

Science’s detrimental betrayal

Look up the etymological root of ‘Science’. Maybe you know it already – ‘to know’. It is no surprise that humanity longs to know things. We are so curious and investigative, longing to explore...