In this video Joe Boot explains the difference between the Christian and the unbelieving mind: To think Christianly is not to think about church-related things, but to think about all things in a way that understands Christ as the foundation of all knowledge.
At the 2021 Runner Academy, Joe Boot explains how there is a distinctly Christian way to view political life, and that it is a view that subordinates politics under the rule of Jesus the King.
ible depicts the family as Godâ€™s basic institution for a peaceful and orderly social order. It is no exaggeration to say that if we try to redefine the nature of the family, we redefine society itself.
At the 2021 Colombian Association for Christian Schools Conference Joe Boot explains how Christian Education is vital for Christians, especially in light of the current cultural climate.
Godâ€™s response to idolatry throughout Scripture is one of judgment. Idolatry always leads to cultural decay and collapse, and we must see the supervening hand of God in our present situation.
Andre Schutten explains the significance of recent court cases and legal developments in Canada as they relate to the freedoms and values of Canadians, and especially to the work of pastoral ministry.
What do we mean when we talk about “the church”? At the Ezra Institute Church & Culture Pastors’ Colloquium, Joe Boot describes the five different senses that the church is spoken of in Scripture.
The cleansing of the Temple was a warning of judgment as well as a prophetic witness to Jesus’ identity.
Turning water into wine at the wedding in Cana was the first sign that reveals Jesus’s glory. The sign reveals his glory as the only Son from the Father and his glory as the Bridegroom of those who believe in him. He comes to us in this fallen and sinful world, he takes us to himself, and from…