From our beginning, God invited humans to be co-creators. We are each designed to approach our everyday role with innovation and imagination that brings new life to our world. Jonathan will share how creativity is a key characteristic of God and how we can love others through the gift of creativity.
As children of God, we carry within us a bit of what I have heard best described as a “holy discontentment” – that is, a sense that things in this world aren’t quite what they ought to be. But what are we to do about it?
Yvette Rock, Detroit painter, collagist and photographer, sees her work as part of the Isaiah 58 call to be “repairers of broken walls and restorers of streets with dwellings.”
We are very excited that Detroit native Deidra Riggs will be returning to the City Gates stage for our 2015 Conference!
We talk a lot about the four-chapter gospel here at City Gates and what that means for all of us who follow Jesus today.
Salt preserves the goodness of the food by preventing harmful things from growing in it. So, if we are the salt of the earth, how can we work to flavor and preserve this world?
Even if money can’t buy happiness, it won’t stop us from trying. However if you’re going to spend it anyway, here’s a way to maximize your return.
God invites us to join him in the work he is doing to redeem and restore people and communities. All of us have been positioned and equipped to join in sharing and living out the good news.
If you’re looking for a devotional that speaks to your everyday work, check out “Ambition & Your Work” by The High Calling and the Theology of Work Project.
Instead of shouting, God prefers to wait until we’ve set aside our distractions and are waiting ready to listen.