A Book Review of Shawn Redford’s Missiological Hermeneutics

I want to take a moment to review a book written by a good friend and fellow CMF missionary, Shawn Redford. During our time in Nairobi, Justine and I have come to deeply appreciate Shawn and Kristin and their delightful family. Shawn specializes in teaching theology of mission as part of the Intercultural Studies facultyContinue reading “A Book Review of Shawn Redford’s Missiological Hermeneutics”

The Reality of Fair Trade Coffee & A Book Review

We can perhaps all agree that over the last century or so at least, there has been an increased interest amongst many on how our personal economic actions affect the economy, society, and the environment. Along with the growth of automatic giving via child sponsorship and online lending platforms, individuals have been able to enjoyContinue reading “The Reality of Fair Trade Coffee & A Book Review”

Remembering Dallas Willard and Geza Vermes

A series of odd events occurred for me today (as I’m sure for others also). After waking up and eating breakfast with my lovely wife, I walk out of the room only to hear her speak out loudly, “I think Dallas Willard died yesterday (May 8th).” Those words continued to germinate in my mind asContinue reading “Remembering Dallas Willard and Geza Vermes”

N.T. Wright on Jesus, The Gospel and The Gospels

Here is a quick 13 minute video which once again reveals the never-endingly fresh and astute mind of N.T. Wright. The questions put to him below are the questions that I’m sure many of us have always wanted to ask him anyway: Why do we need to ask the question: ‘What is the gospel?’ WhatContinue reading “N.T. Wright on Jesus, The Gospel and The Gospels”