This past weekend, Southeastern held our annual Go Conference. This conference highlights the reality that every follower of Christ is called to “Go and make disciples.” This year’s theme focused on the glory of God, because in order to Go, we must understand who He is and how He calls us to reflect His glory. Why should... Read More
Millions seek it. Teenagers dream of it. Artists depict it. Movie buffs crave it. Preachers preach it. Singers sing it. But what is love?
We overeat on Thanksgiving Thursday. We overspend on Black Friday. We overspend some more on Cyber Monday. Following a week of excess consumption, the recently established Giving Tuesday is like a warm shower the morning after sleeping in an outhouse.
Hello World, Well, the ordinary cat is out of the bag. In January 2015, my new book, Ordinary: How to Turn the World Upside Down, will be released. I hope to encourage ordinary people like you to do the ordinary things with gospel intentionality for the good of a broken world. In Acts 17, we see a picture... Read More
Tony Merida, the founding pastor of Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, spoke on the topic of human sexuality during the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission's annual leadership summit that was held in Nashville last week.