Not all stories end the way we want them to--in defeat, divorce, rejection, loss, and especially death.  Endings such as these feel awful, despairing, hopeless.  And yet, the audacious claim of Easter is that none of these have to be the end of the story, that we can find hope and meaning in a story that never, never ends.

Read "This Is Not The End" from Joe Heikman

 

 

Most Christians are in agreement that part of God's work in the world is about bringing healing and hope to those who are hurting.  There is less agreement, though, on how Christians are called to participate in that work.  Some Christians would say that evangelism, talking to non-Christians about the Christian faith with the intention of conversion, is central to the calling to follow Jesus.  Others might say that our first priority is action, to live in a way that draws others to Jesus, or even that talking about faith is off-putting or counterproductive.  What do you think: as Christians, are we compelled to talk about our faith?

Read "Let's Talk?" from Joe Heikman

What's the objective of Christian Missions?  Are we trying to save the world, to force a change in beliefs or behaviors, a la the Intervention reality show?  Or is there another way, that values the gift of God's Presence over the need to influence others?

Read "Intervention?" from Joe Heikman

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