(Video) Christians and Critical Race Theory: Debunking Myths with Dr. Drew G. I. Hart

Does Critical Race Theory conflict with the gospel? Is it divisive and harmful to the church? What is its relationship to Marxist theory? Where does Critical Race Theory come from and what is it used for? Dr. Drew G. I. Hart is a prolific author on Anabaptism and racial justice. Today, he joins us on the Kingdom Outpost/That Jesus Podcast, dispelling myths, centering the Kingdom of God, and inviting us to listen…

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The Transformative Power of a Cross-Carrying Life

The call to "carry our cross" is... intense. I don't know that talking and thinking about it means as much as just doing it, but then Jesus did leave us not only His example but also His words. We have to understand what He calls us to do; we have to count the cost. Reading books about cruciformity such as "The Cost of Discipleship" by Dietrich Bonhoeffer and "Cruciformity" by Michael J.…

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Racism and the Way of the Cross

Guy Hershberger wrote "The Way of the Cross in Human Relations" in 1958. In the book, he explored the cross as a definition of life in the Kingdom of God and applied it to contemporary challenges. Today, we share an excerpt on the subject of racism. His views on this subject reflect a refusal to conform to the prevailing views of society of his day and even of many "Christians". Instead, he…

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From leaven to loaf: the Kingdom in 2022

Capturing wild yeast in the Tudor period - Source It's quite interesting watching yeast at work. It is everywhere, ostensibly - on the peel of pears and grapes, in the air, etc. Medieval bakers did not quite know what it was, but they knew what it did. They would set a bowl of flour and water out in the field or under an apple tree. Over time, slowly gaining strength and multiplying,…

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(Video) Courageous Love: The Story of Dirk Willems

When our survival instinct kicks in, it's often every man and women for themselves. Yet, in the moment of crisis, one courageous young man, Dirk Willems, made a decision that cost him everything. He chose the way of love. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1Uw-E3tAHU Narration by Patrick Schrock / Video by Rebekah Mui The year was 1569. Holland was under the rule of the Spanish King Philip the Second. The dikes around the village of Asperen…

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The Out-ward Bound Church by Vernard Eller

What is the different between an outward and inward bound church? In 1980, Vernard Eller wrote "The Outward Bound: Caravanning as a Style of Church". He has an interesting and dynamic style of writing that draws you into metaphors and allegories with humor and frankness. You can read the entire book here. Chapter 1: Three Models for the Church By "church," let us make clear at the outset that we mean specifically…

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(Video) Costly Discipleship: The Witness of Anna Jansz

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sca_H9TS9H8 What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus, to count the cost and carry our cross? Anna Jansz, a 16th century martyr, came to faith amidst chaos and revolution in 16th century Holland. She chose the way of Christ and loved not her life until death. In this, she demonstrated the courage and strength of Kingdom womanhood and her last words to an infant son echo to us across…

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