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Believe it or not, Advent begins in just a few soon. On the first Sunday of Advent, we often sing, “O come, O come, Emmanuel, and ransom captive Israel, that mourns in lonely exile here, until the Son of God appear.” The reality for many of us, however, is that Advent is simply a call to prepare for the chaos of the Christmas season.
Seminary professor Nathan Hitchcock recently presented a talk on the economy of God in Ephesians as part of the Economic Wisdom Project (EWP) Talks. The presentation coincides with the upcoming 2018 Karam Forum in Los Angeles in January at which he will participate as a collaborator.
It was a beautiful summer experience at Crystal Springs Camp in Medina, North Dakota. As campers we had been intentionally discipled by dedicated pastors and counselors. On the final evening of camp, the camp pastor spoke of committing our lives, our entire lives to the Lordship of Christ. As I reflect on that time...