The early disciples underwent a radical reorientation of their allegiances, their occupations, their entire lives.
True spirituality longs for, seeks for, and wills abandonment of self.
The IWS Bibliography has been updated for the January 2017 on-campus intensive, thanks to the hard work of IWS Bibliographer Dr. Mark Torgerson. All recent additions to the bibliography are identified just after the table of contents. The titles mentioned there will also be integrated into the bibliography under the […]
I had been called from light to darkness, and now I was to be a manifestation of Christ.
What humans could not attain because they could not raise themselves to God, God attained by descending to humans.
The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. —John 1:14 NIV “And now, with what words shall we praise the love of God? What thanks […]
Advent is a time when we ask, even plead with God not to leave us alone.
The heart of the story is how God became one of us.
This truth will make you free
So, we wait and we pray. God willing, our grandbaby will arrive in a week or two. But our hope and expectation nonetheless is necessarily in God alone. According to St. Augustine, patient, persistent and attentive prayer primarily expands our hearts and “exercises our desires” to receive the ultimate good that God has for us.
A wake-up call to all Christians to become aware of the most pressing spiritual issue of our time.
According to the Church Fathers, God condescended to us in the incarnation so we could fully participate in the divine nature.
The church has been corrupted by cultural accommodation.
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The preparatory season of Advent helps put the nativity of Jesus into the context of his death, resurrection, and ascension. This devotional guide includes an Old Testament prophecy and a fulfillment of that prophecy, with additional explanation and commentary each day.