People's material needs matter, and meeting them can be a bridge to the gospel. Joshua Ray writes about his church's participation in sharing the love of Jesus through laundry.
"Living missionally" was something so clear throughout Dr. Reed's years in ministry and education. However, a recent diagnosis of terminal cancer brings a new and different meaning.
Ministry does not only entail meeting the needs of the church but one's entire community. Stacey and Ikaika Higa tell their story about their ministry calling in Oahu and their mission to instill the value of 'aloha ‘aina'.
The death of Kobe Bryant brought various communities in Los Angeles immense pain and loss. Gateway faculty and a local pastor reflected on this unique communal phenomenon and gave unique insights to help us understand this city in mourning.
The term 'missional' has been added to the ever-growing Christian lexicon. Conner Smith reflects on his journey towards a proper and nuanced understanding of being 'missional'.
The Coronavirus pandemic could have further complicated reaching Mormons with the gospel. Instead, Gateway student Tim Peery has found the opposite true.
Protests erupted against systemic racism and police brutality in the aftermath of George Floyd's controversial death. Joshua Navarro, a first-generation Filipino immigrant, reflects on his experience on race in the US.
Churches faced adversity during the coronavirus lockdowns, and many tried various strategies to survive. Pastor Brian Simms at CrossPointe Church was not afraid to make any necessary changes and ended up yielding unexpected growth.
Many American evangelicals feel the decline of religious liberty and anticipate a looming threat of religious persecution. Dr. Phil Hopkins points to the history of Iranian Christianity to provide perspective on how American evangelicals should approach this 1st amendment right.