Monthly Archives: April 2017

Why “The Bible Says So” Is Not Enough Anymore — by Andy Stanley

Andy Stanley writes in an article, “Why ‘The Bible Says So’ Is Not Enough Anymore” offers some interesting challenges as Christians strive to share God’s Word in today’s North American context. Stanley writes, As I explain in Deep and Wide … Continue reading

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Mission Training Center: Training Laity for Service in Jesus’ Mission and Ministry

Mission Training Center develops people for God’s mission through training opportunities centered in the Bible and taught through the lenses of God’s mission. Participants confidently and competently reach into the community with appropriate and contextual proclamation and disciple-making ministry, as … Continue reading

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THRED Ministry Launches: It’s Time for Dialogue About Faith and Life — Not a Shouting Match

THRED is Lutheran Hour Ministry’s new digital outreach project. THRED is a place to go for open, honest conversation about life and faith — and Jesus. Blog-style posts and in-depth articles cover an array of topics (e.g. marriage, God, Faith, … Continue reading

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International Lutheran Hour Ministries Volunteer Trips

Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM), through the International Ministries Partnership program, offers unique short-term volunteer team opportunities for groups such as a congregation, district, school, youth group, Lutheran organization, or even a group of friends. Teams work alongside local LHM staff … Continue reading

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