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Contextualization

Gospel Turnaround Living

In John 2, at a wedding about to turn into a social disaster, the water of religious ceremony—water used to separate God’s people from the world—is turned into the finest wine you can imagine, wine of friendship and celebration.

Start a Church

Three Ways A Coach Can Support Your Church Planting

Sitting alone at an outdoor cafe near his Queens apartment on a warm, sunny Monday afternoon, a young church planter stares at his laptop.

Leadership

Five Factors that Will Make or Break Your Training for Ministry

The gathering featured a speaker who had spearheaded an impressive reimagination of the church he pastored.

Contextualization

Contextualization: Where Do We Live?

In his magnificent introduction of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Gospel of John, the Apostle proclaims that, “the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen His glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.”

Contextualization

Empowerment Ethics: Bending Towards Righteousness and Justice

In a landmark decision, the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was recently found guilty on three counts in the trial over George Floyd’s death.

Start a Church

Church Planting: Starting a Movement That Will Impact Our City

Church planting is not sexy. Or cool. Or easy. At least not in New York City.

Gospel Turnaround Living

In John 2, at a wedding about to turn into a social disaster, the water of religious ceremony—water used to separate God’s people from the world—is turned into the finest wine you can imagine, wine of friendship and celebration.

Read More »

Contextualization: Where Do We Live?

In his magnificent introduction of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Gospel of John, the Apostle proclaims that, “the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen His glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.”

Read More »