Dr. Stephen Witmer This blog originally appeared on The Gospel Coalition. Jesus entrusts the task of global missions to every Christian and every church, not just to super-Christians and megachurches. […]
Rachel Gilson (MDiv ’20) This post originally appeared on The Gospel Coalition. If we want to see our neighbors trust in Jesus for salvation, the most important thing we can […]
Stephen Witmer (MDiv & ThM ’03) This article originally appeared on Desiring God. Do you want to know an inside secret about sermons? You may have noticed it already. If you […]
Dr. Paul Hoffman (MDiv ’03) Tim Keller first popped onto my radar in the summer of 2009. A friend of his and Kathy’s, who is a seasonal resident of Newport, […]
Dr. Nicole Martin This blog is an excerpt from an original article published in Christianity Today. God’s Word is full of nuances and moments that catch us by surprise. From […]
Dr. David Currie (MDiv ’84) A few years ago I noticed an article about Ash Wednesday in a Sunday newspaper magazine. It was subtitled: “What are ashes meant to say to […]
Dr. Stephen Macchia (MDiv ’83, DMin ’01) This blog originally appeared on Leadership Transformations. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God. He was with God […]
Far too many of us are soul weary. But let’s remember, together, who we are. We are disciples—we are Christ-learners.
The Gordon-Conwell community is experiencing a liminal time–that in-between time filled with feelings of both loss and yet-undefined hope; of death and the joy of new possibilities.
The Big Pivot which we are entering into has come about through collaboration in research, strategy, and planning.