433 results for tag: Brad Jersak
Where 2 or 3 Gather – Covidtide Prayers 3/3: “In His Name” – Brad Jersak
“Yes: where two or three come together in my name, I’ll be there in the midst of them.” (Matthew 18:20 NTE). Can we once again conceive of a Christ-centered faith in which two or three are gathered “in his name”? Previously, in this three-part series, I challenged the idea that a pandemic or an indefinite, legislated quarantine can truly “cancel church.” Neither God’s people nor our faith has ever been eradicated by plagues or persecution, “by famine, danger, nakedness or sword.” Will disillusionment, cynicism or trendy deconstruction be the end of God’s family? Will the tarnish of our innumerable sins or cynicism at our ...
Articles: God...More Than a "Christian"? -p4 When Poetry Devolves into Doctrine -p8 He's There For You & With You (God With Us)- p10 Why I Still Believe in God -p18 How the WORD Read the Word -p23 God Is Just Like Jesus - p25 God Is Love...and Love Never Ends -p26 You Are Worth More than Chewing Gum! -p31
Articles: Responding to the River of God's Grace -p4 Reading the Bible as an Epic Story -p8 Everything Happens for a Reason...Or? -p9 Giving Thanks to the Master -p11 Millennials and Money -p14 Don't Water it Down -p16 "Are you saved?" -p17 Jesus IS What God Has to Say -p19 Inspiried, Infallible & Inerrant? -p20 Does Recovering from Religion Have to be Morose p25 Are Bible Verses the Worst Thing Ever? -p26 Disarming Scripture -p28 Defending the Bible? -p31
Articles: The Visitor - page 1 Apart From and before God's Grace - page 2 Fellowship of the Unashamed - page 4 Perils of Bible Dissection - page 5 Reading the Bible Right - page 6 God Loves China - page 7
Articles: Gateway to the Gospels: John - page 1 Grace A Lot or Grace Alone? - page 2 The New Covenant: Part 3 - page 4 Reading & Understanding the Bible: Part 3 - page 6 Grandma Taught Me - page 7
Articles: Gateway to the Gospels: Luke - page 1 Unsnatchable! - page 2 The New Covenant: Part 2 - page 4 Reading & Understanding the Bible...Part 2 - page 6 Tangled Trees - page 7
Articles: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For -p4 Would you Choose the Truth Over Christ? -p11 Would you Choose Christ Over the Truth? -p12 "The Bible clearly says..." -p13 You Can't Imagine How Much He Loves You -p15 The Church As We Know It -p17 Regret--the Silent Killer -p18 Rx for Remorse, Regret, Resentment -p22 In the Shadow of the Mushroom Cloud -p24 Behaving Badly -p26 The Calf Path -p30 The Only Way to Really Get It -p31
Articles: Gateway to the Gospels: Mark - page 1 Everything for Nothing - page 2 The New Covenant: Part 1 - page 4 Reading & Understanding the Bible: Part 1 - page 6 Seeking the Kingdom? - page 7
Articles: Transitions: Past, Present & Future - page 1 Jesus -- Superior and Supreme - page 8 Gateway to the Gospels: Matthew - page 13 Death, Loss, Pain & Laughter - page 16 All Jesus, All the Time - page 17 Grace & Response: First Things First - page 19 The "Typhoon of Steel" - page 22 Why We Believe What We Believe - page 23 The Kiln - page 30 You and Me and Our Father - page 31
Trailer – A More Christlike God – Brad Jersak
Brad Jersak's A More Christlike God: A More Beautiful Gospel (CWR Press, 2015) can now be pre-ordered at https://www.ptm.org/uni/resources/order/form_christlike.php Please consider sharing the video trailer for the book: A More Christlike God – A More Beautiful Gospel from Plain Truth Ministries on Vimeo.
A More Christlike God – Brad Jersak & Roger Mitchell (Sparks 2016 Workshop)
"A More Christ-like God" - Brad Jersak's Workshop at SPARKS Brad Jersak is an author and teacher based in Abbotsford, BC. He is on faculty at Westminster Theological Centre (Cheltenham, UK), and is also the editor in chief of CWR (Christianity Without the Religion) Magazine. Brad’s most recent book, "A More Christlike God: A More Beautiful Gospel," seeks to detoxify our images of God to present the Incarnation of Christ as our clearest vision of the nature of God as love. “SPARKS” 2016 was a weekend of conversation and discovery at Ashburnham Place to explore the following theme: “How to remain present, faith-filled, and resilient in the ...