500 Years after the Reformation

From the Mosaix website: October 31, 1517, is traditionally considered the day that German priest and scholar Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses for consideration at All Saints’ Church (more commonly, Castle Church), in Wittenberg, Germany. Legend suggests that he did so by nailing them to the church door, although this cannot be proven. InContinue reading “500 Years after the Reformation”

#EnageOurCulture: Race, Injustice, & the Church

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the third annual “Engage our Culture” forum at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Charlotte campus. The topic for this year’s forum was “Bridging the Great Divide: The Church’s Call to Racial Reconciliation” featuring Margaret Yu, National Executive Director of Epic Movement, the Asian American ministry of Cru (formerlyContinue reading “#EnageOurCulture: Race, Injustice, & the Church”

Bridging the Great Divide #EngageOurCulture

This evening beginning at 7:00 PM EDT, the Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Alumni Forum is hosting an educational event: “Bridging the Great Divide: The Church’s Call to Racial Reconciliation” featuring thought leaders, pastors, and theologians: