From Marginal to Mainstream to Marginal

This article taps into church history to look at how the persecuted early church became the popular faith. The author relates this to the church today, which once again feels marginalized. Looking at what made Christianity attractive in the times of the early church, this article draws lessons for how the church can witness today.

Creative and Reformed: About Room for Missionary Projects

Pointing to the reality that being Reformed and creative go hand-in-hand, this article shows that throughout church history, the Reformed faith has distinguished between form and content. It is through this distinguishing character of the Reformed and the desire to remain faithful to Scripture that creativeness in mission work can find room.