We have another exciting first for The Witness–On Labor Day, September 2, we will host a LIVE podcast-a-thon! What is a podcast-a-thon? It’s three hours of podcasting programming hosted by The Witness team members to fundraise for our broader mission and our first national conference. The Squadcast will get together again. If you missed this group during the Pass […]
Announcing The Witness 2019 National Conference: Continuing the 400 Year Journey of Joy and Justice October 31st. Reformation Day. Five hundred years ago a German monk named Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses to the church doors at Wittenberg and helped spark the Protestant Reformation. Through a bewildering amount of twists, turns, schisms, fractures, and revivals […]
My index finger paused above the ‘enter’ button on my keyboard. I had just finished creating the Facebook page for the Reformed African American Network, and in that moment I sensed something important was about to happen–something over which I would have no control once it got started. I hesitated because I wasn’t sure I […]
I had the honor of presenting at the 2016 Together for the Gospel conference on the A.R.C. of Racial Reconciliation. It was part of a breakout session I did jointly with Ligon Duncan, Chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary. In it, I explained the essential elements of all genuine racial reconciliation. A = Awareness The phrase […]
Our sister in Christ and frequent Pass the Mic guest, Michelle Higgins, spoke in front of 16,000 students at Urbana 2015. The Urbana conference has been going on for over two decades and is dedicated to mobilizing young people for missions. Hosted by Intervarsity, the event brings together thousands of students from all different Christian […]
In this article, Jenilyn Swett reflects on the LDR Weekend conference in St. Louis, and tells us how the lessons she learned are impacting her life.
On December 30, 2013 at the conclusion of the Cross Conference hundreds of students stood up to indicate their commitment to return home and tell their churches that they desire to be sent as missionaries across the globe. A Holy Moment Thabiti Anyabwile used the term “holy moment” in a prayer afterwards and that’s a fitting […]