Tag: Brazos Press

Mixed Up Stories

The only way we can survive is by waiting. Waiting puts our attention in the right place. When we forget to wait, we become too distracted, too impatient, too angry to see God’s action. The stories that form the church are about God’s actions.

Andrew Root and Blair Bertrand

The authors show how getting mired in busyness and new programs can keep us from focusing on God. They also explain that while innovation can be great, waiting on the Lord is the solution a church in crisis needs.

Jessica Hooten Wilson

In reading other books, we practice reading the Bible; and in reading the Bible, we read other books by that lens.

20th Annual Outreach Resources of the Year

Discover new favorites and valuable tools that will enhance your effectiveness in ministry.

Being Fully Myself

The message of assimilation makes me uncomfortable because it requires me to celebrate the loss of other people’s culture, traditions, and languages in order to alleviate the fears that white people, including Christians, might have about a diverse society where their position as power brokers of society may be threatened.

The Power of Naming

Excerpted From 'A Curious Faith' (Brazos Press)

The Impact of Christian Celebrities on Evangelicalism

Who has defined evangelicalism—celebrities or the church?

Katelyn Beaty: Celebrities for Jesus

“Fame is at its finest when it comes to those who are not seeking it.”