Wax convinces the reader that disciples can live as kingdom citizens without withdrawing from nor uncritically accepting the culture in which they live.
Prayer reminds me that I don’t have to earn my standing before God—in fact, I cannot earn it. My identity rests in Christ.
Ivey encourages readers to dive into the mess with each other. The fact is, hiding our sin another evidence of a search for identity in something that is not the gospel.
Our distinct gifts remind us of what we have in common with each other and why we need each other.