#FaithandCulture Reading: After the Election, Waiting, The Ambassador and Missional Living

How should Christians move forward after the election? Does God have a purpose for waiting? How does one Christian rapper integrate faith with art? And what does it look like for us to live missionally after the election?

Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Bruce Ashford, Jonathan C. Edwards, The Ambassador, Richard Clark and Scott Hildreth in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.

Bruce Ashford: Christian Faithfulness After the Election

The morning after the election Bruce Ashford went on The Gospel Coalition’s Facebook Live to address the election. You can watch the video below.

How to Wait Without Losing Your Cool

Over at Relevant, Jonathan C. Edwards offers us wisdom for waiting. He writes,

Seasons of waiting expose just how obsessive we can be. How out of control we actually are over our own lives. How insecure we are. How human we are. We find out a lot about ourselves and the nature of our hearts when we’re forced to wait. Read More>>

The Ambassador’s Long Road to Rebuilding

Christianity Today‘s Richard Clark talks faith, music, ministry and failure with William “Duce” Branch, also known as “The Ambassador,” in his podcast “The Calling.” Follow the link to take a listen. Here’s an excerpt:

I have a respect for the freedom that an artist has to do ‘just art.’ But I think ‘just art’ is different from art surrendered to a truly missional paradigm. Read More>>

After the Election for Christians

After the election, how can Christians live missionally? Scott Hildreth offers key suggestions at Southeastern’s Center for Great Commission Studies. He writes,

We have been given the ministry of reconciliation (2 Cor 5:18) Our responsibility is to bring people together, not push them further apart. In Christ, we, who were once enemies, are brought into God’s family. As Christians, we should pursue a similar goal. Read More>>

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