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100 Huntley Street - August 3, 2022
Imagine what our world might look like if Christians became known for remarkable love, as well as life-giving truth. The stakes are high, and the need is great for Christians to represent Jesus to a watching world. And today, we have more influence than ever before--for better and for worse. We are among the first generations to have access to a global megaphone through social media. But it's not enough to speak truth louder to a noisy culture. To counter the reputation Christians have earned, our love must be just as loud. Ask evangelist Matt Brown, and he will tell you Christians today are facing a crisis of influence. In our rush to speak truth to today's tensions, cultural issues, and trending controversies, it becomes all too easy to focus on proving our points rather than extending God's grace. Conversely, when we seek only to love yet never proclaim a better way, we short-circuit God's plan. Truth Plus Love invites you to rediscover the biblical framework for engaging culture as ambassadors of Christ. Through biblical insight, cultural analysis, and practical principles, Matt Brown outlines how to champion truth without compromise, how to love unconditionally, and ultimately, how to step into this great adventure of representing God to the world. It's hard, it's messy, and it's the unfinished project of a lifetime, yet here we find our great adventure: representing God to a watching world. http://thinke.org/books
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100 Huntley Street - August 2, 2022
The world of special needs is filled with statistics: in the United States, about 17 percent of children have a diagnosed developmental disability, and 14 percent of public school students receive special education services. But behind these statistics are stories—stories of childre...
100 Huntley Street - August 1, 2022
Joni Eareckson Tada joins us all this month to share about her journey and book "Songs of Suffering," which includes 25 hymns with accompanying devotions and photography designed to spark hope in hardship.
Crossroads is so excited to offer this special book! As an author, speaker and longtime ...
100 Huntley Street - July 29, 2022
Mariette McDonald was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2012 and also suffered a significant neck fracture. The chaplain from Menno Place, where Mariette was living, remembers that she didn't think Mariette would recover because of the severity of her condition. After praying for Mariette and "asking...