The Bible reveals God as the creator and Lord of everything. Yet for many Christians, this comprehensive worldview is obscured. A line divides the spiritual from the secular, and personal faith from daily life and work. This sacred-secular divide has been disastrous for God’s people, as well as for the nations we are called to love, serve and bless. It has distorted our understanding of discipleship, ministry, and missions. The result? Churches are largely ineffective and bringing transformation to our hurting, broken communities and nations. Thankfully, this is changing! God is leading His Bride back to an undivided view of reality with the recovery of a biblical worldview.
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