Matthew 15:21-28 Q: What can we learn from the faith of the Canaanite woman? The Rev. Aaron E. Lavender, Grace Baptist Church, Kansas City, Mo.: The text in Matthew 15:21-28 reveals the story of a gentile woman from Canaan who came to Jesus Christ and pleaded with him to have mercy on her and her… Read More What can we learn from the faith of the Canaanite woman?
Religious ideas are often expressed in philosophic language. Thus much of classical Jewish, Christian and Muslim theology can best be understood in the context of the teachings of the ancient Greeks, particularly Plato and Aristotle, and their interpreters through the ages. In the last couple of centuries, German thinkers like Immanuel Kant have helped exponents… Read More Subjective approach to religion breeds interfaith understanding
Misrepresenting Christians at Mount Zion Jerusalem, the Old City. Early morning, Shavuot. As I do every year, I go for a ritual bath in the old city mikve. This year a message is posted on the bulletin board that catches my attention. The message is in the traditional “question and answer” form, addressed to the… Read More Misrepresenting Christians at Mount Zion
Enjoy this timely and proper Word from Rev. Ngina Thomas. Rev. Ngina is an entrepreneur in the beauty industry, and a member of the Pioneer Women Network. Hear the Word of the Lord and be empowered! The Lord’s perspective on your restoration may not be what you think. May you be refreshed and encouraged!
I am excited to share Part 1 of our podcast series with Nicole Pertillar, author of, “Originally Red: Be Bold. Be Brave. Be YOU.” Wow! Friends, Nicole is one of the most powerful women of God I have ever had the pleasure of encountering. She is truly a jewel, and I think her beauty and… Read More PODCAST | The Beauty of Echoes and Boldness