Theology & Biblical Social Justice

Credible Christianity for International Students

Credible Christianity for the Cultural Atheist

In his book Christianity’s Dangerous Idea, Alister McGrath discusses the relationship of church architecture and the modernistic sense of the absence of God. In reference to the “whitewashing” of churches following the lead of Geneva, McGrath writes.

Sample Youth Ministry Volunteer Application Packet

A look through this packet, created by Tim Schmoyer of Alexandria Evangelical Covenant Church, will give you an idea of what topics to cover in a volunteer application for youth ministry workers. The theological background for youth ministry which he provides may also be helpful for planning volunteer orientations.

Ethnic Identity Development Process for Christians

Love Knows No BoundsThis article provides a framework for reconciliation across race, class and culture by explaining how the ethnic identity development process can be used to not only bring social justice, but also to bring social healing. 

A Framework for Social Healing

A Framework for Social Healing

Andrew Sears



Assess Your Church’s Foundation for Outreach


Spiritual Gifts List

Spiritual Gifts


The Bible does not present a single, comprehensive list. The lists of specific gifts mentioned can be found in Romans 12:6-8; 1 Corinthians 12:8-10, 28-30; Ephesians 4:11; and 1 Peter 4:9-11. Below is a brief summary of the lists of gifts. The first part of the paragraph offers a general description of how the gift was used and applied in the Bible while the last column is a concise definition based on what the Bible says.

The Social Implications of the Gospel

Fundamentally, the Gospel is the proclamation of God's grace freely available in Jesus Christ - that He has lived and died in the place of all who put their faith in Him, so that they might be forgiven and restored to fellowship with God. However, this message should not be viewed individualistically: when God redeems people, He places them into community. This community, the Church, is described by the Apostle Paul as the Body of Christ.

More on Pornography Addiction

The following material is provided to help those counseling addicts or to help those addicted to understand what they are facing.


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