Throughout Church history, there have been many conversations about the mission of God (formally known as missio dei). Evangelicals have taken a hard stance on the mission of God, while not applying a robust or holistic approach to God’s mission. Ultimately, conservatives have notoriously been known for having a missional focus of “saving souls”, while […]
Author: Kelvin Washington
In this article, I used African Americans as an example, but this applies to every racial, ethnic, or social group. I love being African American, because of the community. If you walk into an African American barbershop, you immediately feel the effects of how close the culture is. Most of the time, you will simultaneously feel […]
Throughout every civilization, country, and city, people have tried to figure out how to fix society’s problems. We have heard multiple generations say, “Our generation was nothing like this one.” They often speak as if their generation lacked the need for the Gospel more than the next. Sin was just as potent then, as it is […]
Kelvin Washington gives us insight into Titus 3 to argue that Christians who don’t give grace to others are the Christians who have forgotten God’s grace towards them.
The most important question any of us will ever ask ourselves after reading Matthew 21:1-11 is: Who is this? We define how we view the world and the people in it by this one simple question, yet it has left many puzzled and separated from the Father for eternity. This question stems from the cries […]