Editorial: Wherever you are, make that your mission field

Missions: it’s an oft-discussed topic in Christian circles. And it’s a topic that’s constantly coming up in our churches. We give to missions, we pray for missionaries and we even go overseas on what we call “missions trips.” But is that really all there is to missions? Is that really what Jesus meant when He

Column: Image

This summer I had the chance to serve two mission fields that were polar opposites. For the first six weeks of the summer I lived in a cabin without air conditioning on the island of O’ahu, Hawaii, where I was working as a counselor at Camp Kupono. For the next six weeks I interned in

Value your vote, show up at midterms

Speaking at the Values Voter Summit conference on Sept. 26, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee delivered a shocking statistic: of the approximately 80 million evangelicals in the United States, only half are registered to vote, and of those who are registered, only 10 million vote in the midterm elections. “Imagine what would happen if the

Column: Introverts

Some people love to be loud. They love to mingle with the crowd, relish social interaction with others and skillfully adapt to any social situation with graceful ease. Then there are those who don’t. People like me. The truth is, I’m an introvert. Statistics show that introverts make up one-third to one-half of the population.

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