Conversations

Salvation only begins with believing in Jesus. Beyond that, there's plenty of room to grow in the Good News of knowing the Lord.

God's redeeming grace works gradually in most people, and it's important we understand the stages people go through as they are coming to faith in Christ.

T. M. talks with Fellowship of Ailbe Board Chairman Charlie Hammett about A. W. Tozer's classic work, The Pursuit of God. Tozer emphasizes that Christianity is a relationship that finds us dwelling in the presence of God, and bringing that presence into all aspects of life.

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T. M. talks with Dr. Michael McQueen about the Christian's calling to be a witness for Christ. 

T. M. and Rev. Robert Lynn continue their Conversation about the state of the Church, looking at the formative role of worship in congregational life.

The local church is both sign and outpost of the Kingdom of God, sent by God to bring the refreshing grace and truth of Jesus to the world. Bob Lynn helps us to see how churches can realize more of this vision and calling.

T. M. talks with theologian and pastor Rev. Robert Lynn about the Church's need to recover its missional vision and lifestyle. This is part 1 of a 5-part series of Conversations with Rev. Lynn.

T. M. concludes his Conversations with Philip R. Jackson, American still life painter, with a look at some ordinary, not-so-beautiful objects, that bristle with beauty and spiritual vitality. Watch the video, then download the meditation on Philip's painting, "Tulip and Berries."

A. W. Tozer's work The Knowledge of the Holy challenges us to think about and relate to God on His terms, not ours. The better we know God as He is, the richer will be our worship of Him, the fuller and more joyful our obedience, and the deeper and more unshakeable our love. This is the first of three Conversations on works of A. W. Tozer that can provide a footprint for our Christian worldview.

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T. M. talks with Dr. Kent Miller, professor of management at Michigan State University, about the role of the Spirit in the workplace, and how Christians can redeem their work for Christ and His Kingdom. This Conversation is based on Dr. Miller's article, "Organizing with the Spirit," which appeared in the Spring, 2017, issue of Christian Scholar's Review. Read the entire article by clicking through to it here.

T. M. continues his Conversation with American artist Philip R. Jackson, focusing on the value of art as a focus of meditation and listening for the Lord. Watch the video, then download the Meditation on Philip's painting, "Follow the Leader."

Today's ReVision

Effects of Sin: Denial of the Good

Where sin obtains, God's goodness is denied.

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