The Stone Table illustrates how much more we can accomplish when we strategically partner together.Wayne Murray
What Drives Us
The GospelThe hope of all Creation is found in the life, death and ressurection of Jesus Christ. This Good News is not only about saving our individual souls from the curse of sin, it’s about redeeming and reconciling all things back to God through Jesus. It’s about getting God’s original design from Creation back on track! The Gospel restores sacred meaning to our human vocation and establishes an eternal Kingdom that we are all called to declare to the very ends of the earth. All our work emerges from this beautiful finshed work of Jesus Christ.
Faith & WorkMost people struggle to connect their faith in Christ with their everyday jobs. Work we do for the church is seen as sacred while the work we do in the marketplace is instinctively designated secular. But good work theology is not about applying biblical principles to our jobs and businesses-that puts us at the center and God in a peripheral role as coach or advice giver. Good work theology begins with seeing our work as a beloved role within God’s Great Storyline.
Resourcing MissionsJesus commanded us to make disciples. Our heart is to see the Gospel preached and the Church planted to the ends of the earth, to all nations and all people groups. We have a passion for the unreached, the areas of our world with no adequate witness of the Gospel. Business as mission is one of the most strategic ways for us to reach them. There are places today where people are born, live and die without ever having the chance to hear about Jesus. We want to change that.
The debate concerning the role and engagement of Christianity with the world has raged unabated for many years. It has reared its ugly head more than a few times since the time of Christ. With the rise of modernism, Christians broke into two distinct camps. Just like...read more
My wife and I spent a great deal of time naming our kids. We wanted classic, simple, sweet-sounding first names for our daughters, and so our girls were named Emma and Anna accordingly. With that naming strategy, we established an unintentional pattern (vowel,...read more
“What is the Gospel?” I think I’ve asked this question a thousand times over the last few years. I always expect some variation in answers; I just wasn’t prepared for so many to be dazed and confused by the question. “It’s the good news, right?” “Yes” I would say,...read more
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