What do we mean when we talk about “the church”? At the Ezra Institute Church & Culture Pastors’ Colloquium, Joe Boot describes the five different senses that the church is spoken of in Scripture.
Pray, protest, write, worship and file lawsuits. Joe Boot articulates five approaches that Christians should be bringing to the current lockdown persecution – and it is persecution. Music graciously provided by Jacob Moon.
Aaron Rock, pastor of Harvest Church in Windsor, discusses the calling of the pastor in an age where it is being made increasingly difficult for the church to fulfill its mission.
As the results of the 2020 US presidential election continue to be contested, we consider how a Christian should think and live in a nation divided between two worldviews, and where many in power refuse to acknowledge the lordship of King Jesus.
The cleansing of the Temple was a warning of judgment as well as a prophetic witness to Jesus’ identity.
People require a concept of authority – whether the state, popular opinion, or the scientific expert. When people deny God they are not getting rid of ultimate authority, just transferring it.
On this week’s episode of Worldview Wednesday, Joe Boot discusses the growing disillusionment with contemporary conservatism, and offers some principles for thinking about the voting booth.
How do we balance liberty and risk, and what are the biblical principles that apply even in the face of traumatic circumstances?
John the Baptist came to know that Jesus was the Messiah by these three things: the voice, the sign and the Spirit.
Bill C6 is an attempt to destroy creational normativity and marriage, which are rooted in the triune nature of God.
It undermines the very idea of God’s self-revelation. It strikes at the heart of the gospel.