The Center for Faith & Culture—Olivet Nazarene University
Featuring - People of the Land
“Why Bother? – What Does Salvation have to do with Creation Care?”
Carl M. Leth
Featuring - Family Ministry
Rhythm: Practicing the Church Calendar to transform your church
Aimee & Devin Mulder
Featuring - God Talk
Toward a Theology of Immigration: Wesleyan Relevance and the Hispanic Community
Edward Peñate
Featuring - Setting the Captive Free
Human Trafficking: A Call to the Church for Help
Craig Bishop
Featuring - Pulso Hispano
PRISIONEROS DE LA ESPERANZA [Prisoners of Hope]
Wilfredo Canales
Featuring - Considering Worship
Authority of the Worship Leader
Jonathan Burkey
Featuring - Congregational Ministry
A Missional Framework for Holiness Ministry in Our Post-Christian Culture
David Bartley
Featuring - A Word in Time
Gay Marriage and Sweeping Social Change
Carl M. Leth

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Welcome to The Epworth Pulpit! This site is a project of the Center for Faith & Culture at Olivet Nazarene University. Our project is the intersection of faith and culture, where Christian life and ministry happen. You will find resources for thinking about ministry and engaging issues posed by our engagement with culture.

 

In this issue you will find articles dealing with a Wesleyan approach to understanding immigration (God Talk), an exploration of why Christians should be interested in creation care (People of the Land), and the benefits for families of worshipping the Christian calendar (Family Ministry).

 

Still current you will find articles dealing with gay marriage and the church (A Word in Time), human trafficking (Setting the Captive Free), leading worship (Considering Worship), and rethinking the missional church in a postmodern context (Congregational Ministry. We also host Pulso Hispano, an ongoing conversation among our Spanish speakers.

 

Our archive of prior articles continues to make them available to you. Feel free to explore our library of resources.