December 5, 2011 by email@example.com
Evangelism is Changing. We must integrate words with living results of the Good News. by Carl Nelson
July 12, 2011 by Carl Nelson
GMAE asks churches to reach out to family members of 2,400 MN soldiers being deployed to Kuwait this month.
June 14, 2011 by Carl Nelson
Re-imagining marriage for a generation that doesn’t know it.
June 2, 2011 by Carl Nelson
Following Jesus’ Example and the Marriage Amendment in Minnesota
April 12, 2011 by Carl Nelson
God’s design for intimacy is consummation, procreation, love and pleasure, and the best way to experience His gift to us is when these are enjoyed together in an exclusive relationship.
January 6, 2011 by Carl Nelson
American evangelicals have a broad range of political priorities, and neither party adequately reflects interests of this increasingly diverse constituency. When the 112th US Congress meets this month the balance of political power will change significantly. What should be the legislative priorities of this new congress from an evangelical perspective? The answer to that question [...]
November 21, 2010 by Carl Nelson
We often hear that the “future of missions is changing.” After being in Cape Town I would propose a correction to say “the future of missions has already changed.” The challenge for us in America is to quickly learn our new role in a global mission movement that has already changed. Can we follow the [...]
October 18, 2010 by Carl Nelson
Day 1 of the Third Lausanne Congress focused on reminding ourselves of the absolute truth of Christ. In a world where most cultures promote a plurality of “personal truths” it is all the more important for Christians to understand how Christ is the visible image of the supreme, divine, cosmic truth. A phrase that helps [...]
Racism has destroyed societies and ruined the lives of so many generations. In South Africa, where I am today, apartheid was repealed in the 90′s, but the human cost continues today with extraordinary toll on this society. While racist laws can be repealed with the stroke of a pen, the negative affects continue for generations. [...]
There were about 75-100 Lausanne delegates on the 11-hour flight from Amsterdam to Cape Town, which arrived here Thursday evening. Many of us had traveled for more than 24 hours, coming from the US, Canada, Brazil, and even from New Zealand. Friday is a rest day for most of us, and first impressions of Cape [...]