Around the Horn (April 5)

Destroying the Divide Between Pulpit and Pew

How do we define ministry? Is ministry relegated to those that garner their income from a church? Benjamin Quinn argues that every Christian, no matter station in life, is a minister of the Gospel, and each member has been given a unique ministry.

The Final Call of John Perkins

Martin Luther King Jr. said famously, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” At eighty-seven years old John Perkins has seen the bend of that arc but knows that there is still a long way to go concerning racial equality. Motivated by his belief in Jesus Christ, Perkins has been a civil rights support for decades and is committing to spend the rest of his days working to help bend the arc toward justice.

Be a Gospel Neighbor

Christians often express their longing to be better at evangelism. In this article, Aaron Menikoff makes the case that to be effective evangelist we must be good neighbors. Showing neighbor love opens the door to Gospel proclamation.


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