God’s promise to Abraham was not that he would be the progenitor of a parochial people, but that his family would be the family through which the whole earth would be blessed.
Scholar’s Compass: Persevering in God’s call to Graduate School
Sometimes a graduate program, especially a Ph.D. program, can seem like an endless journey in which it’s hard to know if it will ever end, or end in success.
How Are Faculty and Students “Blessed to Be a Blessing?”
Three weeks ago, I began taking the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement course at my church. Founded in 1974 and organized by the US Center for World Mission, Perspectives explores “the biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic dimensions of world evangelization.” It’s a required course for many people joining the missions field, and it seemed […]