Radical Hospitality

Followers of Jesus must recapture the notion of “radical hospitality.” But what does this mean? It’s kind of trendy for Christians to claim to be “radical.” Makes us sound serious, on fire for Jesus, and (let’s be honest) maybe a little superior to our less-radical friends. But “radical” is related from the Latin word radix, which …

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Christianity Explored Takes Signature Course Online with BibleMesh

With people across the world sheltering at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, use of an online version of the evangelistic course Christianity Explored has spiked. Through a partnership with BibleMesh, the course’s developers hope to increase its reach even further in the days ahead. How they plan to do that was the focus of a …

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“With All Plainness”—Matthew Henry’s Exposition of the Old and New Testament

Born in 1662, Matthew Henry was a premature baby and a sickly infant. His early education was provided in the family home by his father and tutors. After some theological study he turned to training for a legal career before candidating for the ministry in 1686. He was soon identified as a gifted preacher and exercised a …

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STUDENT POST: The Trinity in Scripture

Editor’s note: This post is part of a series featuring outstanding excerpts from student papers at the BibleMesh Institute, which offers affordable online training for local churches, schools, and ministries. The author’s name has been withheld for privacy and security purposes. She serves as a missionary in Southeast Asia. Even though the Bible never uses …

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