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The five fruits represent what is needful in repentance when we sin and the shape of the life that follows from it— penitent, humble living in true surrender and joyful dependence on Jesus Christ
How should Jesus' followers seek to make a difference in the world? Matthew offers five skills that help provide faithful presence, which brings enduring change. He explains how FB aims to nurture these skills in our staff and students.
We've all heard the ways we can get involved in missions: pray, give, or go. However, Dennis calls us to a broader, more robust and personal approach to service in God's Kingdom. You are needed!
Kendall and his co-writers share a vision for the important work that school boards give to their communities.
Who are exceptional learners in our communities, and how can we help them? Lynell is a consultant for Anabaptist educators and offers ways to understand and care for our own exceptional learners.
In a noisy world of outrage, pride, and ridicule, how can God's people engage wisely with those we disagree with? Josh offers 10 suggestions for charitable disagreement.
What does it mean to know God? Kyle Stoltzfus calls us to desire knowing God in community and experience.
Anabaptist Christians, as part of the Christian faith, have some things in common with other Christians. In this article, Steven Brubaker explores five distinctive contributions of Anabaptism to the faith. In addition to being the administrator of Faith Builders, Steven teaches several classes at the Institute, including Reading the Bible, Anabaptism as a Worldview, and Principles of Science.
The COVID pandemic has jeopardized the future of numerous post-secondary schools. Josh Nisley, coordinator of the writing program at the Institute, probes for opportunities for Christian education to succeed where secular models fail.