By John D. Pierce
The upcoming July-August issue of Nurturing Faith Journal & Bible Studies is chocked full of good, original content found nowhere else in print or online. The newly redesigned and expanded journal will feature these stories among others:
Tony Vincent ponders “the gifts of raising and being ‘church kids.’” Colleen Walker Burroughs contemplates missions in light of “Barbie Savior.”
Theologian Fisher Humphreys is honored — and offers a challenge. Colin Harris navigates the intersection of faith and freedom for American Christians as we celebrate Independence Day.
Meet Korean-American businessman Chang Yim who overcame barriers to find success, hope and generosity.
Physicist Paul Wallace responds to the question: How do you explain the Old Testament story of creation with your scientific methods?
Bobby Horton’s blend of musical talent and love of history provides soundtracks for documentaries by filmmaker Ken Burns and the National Park Service.
Churches in Atlanta and Dallas exemplify new life beyond “the glory years.”
Bruce Gourley explores the spiritual dimensions of the century-long preservation efforts of U.S. national parks.
Young minister Micah Spicer takes a close look at the importance and purpose of eulogy.
Theologian John Franke calls for moving missions from a program of the church to the center of its methods and concerns. Ben Self looks at the three broad ways the Bible is often viewed.
With humor and insight, Brett Younger defends the growing gray-haired crowd.
In addition, readers get the superb weekly Nurturing Faith Bible Studies by Tony Cartledge and online access to the video overview and all other teaching resources.
There is only place to find this insightful and inspiring content — and more. To subscribe to Nurturing Faith Journal & Bible Studies visit this link or call (478) 301-5655.