Why White Supremacy Frustrates the Mission of God

A Missiological Response to Charlottesville Tragedy In the immediate aftermath of the events in Charlottesville, Virginia I felt that I needed to write something on behalf of our Center for Great Commission Studies. But, I did not want to merely Read More …

The Weekly Amen

The Weekly Amen is a list of articles, videos, and other resources that I’ve recognized as content we want to Amen. This content will come from various platforms and highlight various perspectives on topics that affect the Church’s collective witness Read More …

Christian Witness in the Public Square (Part III)

Final part in the series of post Christian Witness in the Public Square. Check out Part I & II here. Christian Witness is a Collective Witness In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth and everything within them. Read More …

Women’s Marches and Missions

This weekend, the nation witnessed a momentous occasion. Hundreds of thousands of women gathered in cities all across the United States and the world to peacefully assemble and march for women’s rights. I spent some time reading the signs women Read More …

Planter’s Bulletin: Hub Church Boston 2016 Year in Review

Periodically, our goal is to bring you an update from one of our many church plants/planters on the work being done in their specific context. From these updates, our goal is to provide practical ways we can support their efforts, Read More …

Help Serve Our Community for the Gospel!

Vintage Church Durham is looking for volunteers for one of the area’s largest Easter Egg Hunts! Join us as we serve the Durham community by providing family fun activities like face painting, inflatables games and food vendors. We would need volunteers Read More …

Ministering to Military and Their Families over the Holidays

Guest Writer: Jim Dell, Senior Military Liaison at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary  When you think about Christmas and the holiday season, certain things tend to come to mind; presents, Jesus, time with friends and family, among other things. But some Read More …