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A Life for Eternity: Introducing the Pennington Symposium
“A life for eternity.” Twenty years ago, that’s how Dallas Willard’s classic...
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The Henry Center, in conjunction with wider initiatives at Trinity International University and a burgeoning movement within the Evangelical Free Church, has been doing some thinking about the intersection between faith, work, and economics.
The movement is led by Don Guthrie, who has been involved in the conversation for nearly a decade, but many other faculty are involved in multiple ways. Sapientia is currently housing several of these conversations.
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Rural Ministry in Conversation:
An Interview with the Authors
We had a video call with the three pastors whose books were featured in this...
Geoffrey Fulkerson | December 14, 2020
For the Sake of Effective Ministry: A Rejoinder
Well, this is a very encouraging development for small-town ministry and for all who long...
Stephen Witmer | December 10, 2020
What Does Pepperell, MA Have to Do with Mpeketoni, Kenya?
Right off the bat, let me acknowledge that Stephen’s book was immensely helpful to me...
Anthony Wainaina Njuguna | December 9, 2020
A Big God, a Big Gospel, and the
Transcendence of Place
Stephen Witmer’s first paragraph in A Big Gospel in Small Places underscores the seriousness of...
Edward W. Klink III | December 8, 2020
Seeing Through to a Cruciform Incarnationality
Sometime toward the end of my tenure at our little rural church in eastern Washington,...
Brad Roth | December 7, 2020