Originally published in Towers Magazine: http://equip.sbts.edu/publications/towers/towers-issue/2017/dec-jan-2017/seeking-gods-kingdom/
At the peak of her modeling career, Amrit Ahluwalia was making $20,000 for a day’s work. She was the highest-paid model in North India, where she’d risen to stardom. She appeared in a chart-topping music video in her country, received multiple offers to act in movies, often acted on TV, and felt like she was in complete control of her career.
She started modeling after winning Miss Teen 2009 for North India, and she spent her last year of high school playing soccer with a national-level team before winning Miss Chandigarh in 2013. Chandigarh is the capital city of Punjab, a state in North India. Continue reading “Seeking God’s kingdom: FORMER MODEL AMRIT AHLUWALIA’S JOURNEY TO SOUTHERN SEMINARY”
Originally published in Southern Seminary Towers – http://equip.sbts.edu/publications/towers/towers-issue/2017/november-2017/morgan-wild-from-the-jungles-of-indonesia-to-the-halls-of-boyce-college/
On the surface, Morgan Wild looks like an average Boyce College student. He not only grew up in Papua, Indonesia, but he also grew up with his life on camera.
In high school, Answers in Genesis, an apologetics ministry dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively, began chronicling the life and adventures of his family through video. Continue reading “Morgan Wild: From the jungles of Indonesia to the halls of Boyce College”
Originally published in Southern Seminary Magazine – http://equip.sbts.edu/publications/magazine/magazine-issue/spring-2017-vol-85-no-2/the-reformation-and-publishing/
This year, the world celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, a time that began when a previously unknown monk nailed 95 Theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg. This simple act effectively altered the course of history and unloosed the gospel message for the masses.
At the time Martin Luther penned his theses, Johanne Gutenberg’s printing press had existed, used primarily to print volumes for the elite, for nearly 70 years. However, within two years, the printing press set the stage for the Christian publishing movement that would flourish beyond any expectation and genuinely change the world—all at the leading of that unknown monk. Continue reading “The Reformation and Publishing”