Day: February 7, 2018

Understanding God’s Control When You’re a Climate Scientist

A geophysicist on balancing God’s sovereignty over nature with human understanding of weather. Thomas P. Ackerman navigates a world of difficult questions and tense conversations. A geophysicist at the University of Washington and director of the Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, he is at the forefront of research on geoengineering, Read More

Max Lucado, Beth Moore, and Hundreds of Evangelicals Call for Immigration Reform … Again

A year after their letter opposing the refugee ban, the biggest names in the church are defending Dreamers, persecuted Christians, and more. This time last year, just weeks into Donald Trump’s presidency, evangelical leaders spoke out in an unprecedented way against his temporary refugee ban with hundreds signing on to an open letter published in Read More

One on One with Dino Senesi on Sending Well: A Field Guide to Great Church Planter Coaching

Every planter needs a coach because every planter needs a lot of help. Ed Stetzer: Share a little about your experience with church planting and church planter coaching. Dino Senesi: My journey with church planting began in New Orleans in the late 1980s. The church I pastored at the time was in a more urban Read More