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Category Archives: Theological Issues
This blog post is from Mark Brewster. He and his wife, Jayne, host Shepherd’s Rest, the Life Impact Lewiston, ID Oasis. Mark comes to LI from years as a Senior Pastor. Here he is challenging us to stay true to … Continue reading
Determining what is just and then making good applications for our lives so we are living “justly” is a major Disciple challenge. An authoritative Bible must be central in that attempt or we move totally off into a swamp of … Continue reading
In your situation as a Missionary or Pastor, what “justice issue” have you identified in your realm of influence that needs attention? But how can you be sure it’s a “justice” issue? Who defines what “justice” is? Our
As mentioned in my last posts, justice shows up in many issues, and on the mission field in a variety of ways. Of course, one of those justice issues is what to do with the poor. Those who want to … Continue reading
Considering “justice” today in world missions is an emphasis of the future since a younger cadre of workers is moving to the fields of the world to take on some of the biggest challenges facing mankind — poverty, malaria, war … Continue reading
When we consider the poor, the cry today is for “justice.” Here’s an application of these post series to Missionary Care. It seems to me that the post-modern Christian generation is looking at the world through a slight adjustment in … Continue reading
Give to those who ask, and don’t turn away from those who want to borrow.” Matt 5:42, the words of Jesus. Besides all the questions raised by this verse, there’s also our political philosophy that pressures the interpretation of this … Continue reading