Feeding the Hunger

Feeding the Hunger

Many people come to church Sunday after Sunday to be pacified. They want enough to make them feel like they’ve gotten something, only to discover all week long that they are still hungry. They look for this pacification in a service, song or sermon only to wise up to the hunger still within. Sure, they got something that gave them …

Biblical Reconciliation

Biblical Reconciliation

Sunday morning is often the most segregated time of the week because we adopted a mindset of tolerance. The goal of reconciliation is not tolerance or “putting up with” another race. Unfortunately, the church remains segregated most of the time because we only gather with other races when we have to. Much of what we call racial reconciliation among Christian …

The Power of the Church to Empower

The church has lost much of its influence in society because it has turned its social-service calling over to the state. The church’s job is not only to help the responsible poor (1 Thessalonians 3:10) but also to empower the poor, equipping them to create wealth. How do you empower poor people? Not just by giving them money because if …