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Reimagining Mercy

The word "mercy" is thrown around a lot these days, but few of us have a holistic understanding of the word. How should biblical mercy inform the way we treat others?

3 C's to Being on Mission in the Margins of the City

God calls Christians to cities as culture creators while correcting brokenness and injustice. Here are three practical ways to be for marginalized groups in our cities.

Imago Dei - The Crown of Creation

God made human beings the crown of His creation, but we can often forget this when ministering to broken people.

Why It’s Not Enough to “Just Preach the Gospel”

Through the life and ministry of Jesus, we see that Christians are called to proclaim the gospel and also to demonstrate the gospel.

Individual vs. Corporate Sin

Understanding individual sin comes easily to most Westerners. This is due, in large part, to two pillars of American society: Individualism and meritocracy. But what is the doctrine of corporate sin and why does it matter to individual people?

Why Data is Important in Seeking Human Flourishing

We often fall into the trap of thinking a snapshot represents an entire problem. We then believe our limited understanding is enough to eradicate the problem. That's why we designed this article to unpack the importance of data collection.

What is Biblical Mercy and Justice?

What does mercy and justice look like biblically? How does God expect Christians to engage in biblical justice and mercy today?

The Church is the Hope of the World

Which institutions are best equipped to promote human flourishing? In a world marred by sin and brokenness, where should we place our hope?

Shalom: Developing a Biblical View of Peace

What kind of peace does the Bible talk about, and what does it mean for followers of Jesus to pursue biblical peace in their communities?

How Pastors Can Lead in Serving the Marginalized

Pastors often ask, “how do I mobilize my people to care for marginalized groups? The reasons vary from church to church, but one commonality is this basic truth.

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