The Colson Way, by Owen Strachan

The Colson Way, by Owen Strachan

Guest Bloggers Guest Bloggers
Saturday August 8, 2015

mission

Chuck Colson was a very gifted man. He was bold, unusually courageous, and abnormally prophetic. But he was a person just like you and me. He had access to power in a way that most of us do not, but the core of his life was activism in the name of Jesus Christ.

Grace Makes for Gutsy Prayer Letters

Grace Makes for Gutsy Prayer Letters

Tuesday February 11, 2014

mission

Gloria and her husband, Dave, are missionaries. We asked Gloria to write a post to encourage other missionaries.  She sent us this wonderful post on how grace makes for gutsy "prayer letters" home.

I know how tempting it is to…

Confused About Calling?

Confused About Calling?

Shari Thomas Shari Thomas
Wednesday November 13, 2013

mission pastors' wives

Last week John and I were steering close to a heated conversation on the topic of calling when we caught ourselves. It’s a subject that elicits a plethora of subtopics and unwittingly provokes reactions, especially when I’m in the room.

The View From Up Top A 14′er

The View From Up Top A 14′er

Pete Alwinson Pete Alwinson
Friday August 17, 2012

mission pastors

Next Saturday I’ll be hiking with 7 guys from Orlando up two of Colorado’s 54 14 thousand foot plus peaks…14′ers they call them.  After a day of rest, we’ll climb another.  I can’t wait! I have a bigger vision to introduce people to Jesus.  As many as we can.  The whole city, if possible.  Why not?  Small visions are a waste of time and quite frankly, boring.

Count the Concatenation

Count the Concatenation

Dan Allender Dan Allender
Wednesday March 14, 2012

mission

I sat with four other folks in my office last week talking about a joint venture in Ethiopia. The value in counting the concatenated costs, known and unknown, is that it invites us to move as close as we can to the rumbling and rumination of desire deposited in us by the Spirit.