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 […]
Timothy Keller (MDiv ’75) This essay originally appeared in The New York Times. Virginia is reeling from two mass shootings in less than a month in Chesapeake and Charlottesville. From what […]
I don’t expect every Gordon-Conwell syllabi to save a ministry, but I trust that they might.
Gordon Fee says that Moses’ prayer at Mount Sinai lies at the heart of Paul’s understanding of the Spirit: “If your presence doesn’t go with us … what else will distinguish your people from all other people on the face of the earth?”
Dr. Patricia Batten This devotional is part of Discovery Series’ Heart, Soul, and Mind: Raising Kids to Know and Love God series by Dr. Batten. Have you ever felt like […]
Dr. Eckhard Schnabel This article originally appeared on The Gospel Coalition. When we read the New Testament to learn about contemporary missionary work, we must be aware of the differences […]
Far too many of us are soul weary. But let’s remember, together, who we are. We are disciples—we are Christ-learners.
Dr. Jeffrey Arthurs This blog originally appeared in Ministry Magazine. If you created a checklist for sermon preparation, it might look like this: study the biblical passage—check; frame a big […]
In an editorial for Christianity Today, Gordon-Conwell Master of Divinity student Noah Karger highlights the continued importance of formal theological education in the evangelical church. While some contest the need […]
The importance of developing intentional learning communities and how that community can be built and flourish in digital and face-to-face environments. Dr. Brad Howell “I think there is something wrong […]