By Sarah Yockey

Jesus spends a lot of time at dinner tables. He stops to spend time with Mary and Martha, invites himself over to stay with a despised tax collector named Zacchaeus, and he even goes to eat in the house of a prominent Pharisee. Along the way, he has a series of facinating conversations that matter.

By Sarah Yockey

Our time here is not our own. We do not always have a tomorrow. We do not always have a “when we feel like it.”

By Evelyne Reisacher

Last week, while waiting for a plane, I accidentally overheard the phone conversation of a Muslim man sitting behind me. He was telling the person on the other end of the line how happy and excited he was that Ramadan was around the corner, starting today.

By Adam Jeske

Evangelism is much more important than working for justice. Souls are eternal. There’s no hope for change without Christ. This world is going to burn. Justice work trumps evangelism. Hungry people can’t hear the gospel. Christ fought against oppression. Evangelism is a form of cultural neocolonialism. What if it’s both? 

By Lisa Rieck

Without even knowing you, Daniel Paredes knows what God’s will for your life is. “The context of those questions [about God’s will] can look different for different people,” he said, “but for Christians, the main answer is always the same, and that’s to go and make disciples.”