Tag: Resilient Faith

Step Out

By remaining faithful to Scripture’s commands and patterns, Jesus demonstrated courage. In providing a miraculous meal, he followed his Father’s example. Again and again in the Old Testament, God had produced food for those who were hungry, first in the form of manna and quail for the Israelites in the wilderness (Exodus 16) and then for Elijah (1 Kings 17:2–16).

Lewis Allen and Sarah Allen

In nine sections that each contain a few short chapters, the authors tackle the idea of developing resilient faith through the working of God’s power.

Gerald Sittser: Resilient Faith

How the Early Christian “Third Way” Changed the World

Faith for the Future

How should we adapt to a culture in which Christianity is becoming less familiar, pervasive and persuasive than it once was.