Author Archives: Jordan Carmichael

Missio on Loving the City: Still Looking Towards Home

Jeremiah 29 calls us to seek the welfare of the country (or the whole earth) because we will prosper if our land prospers. Human flourishing fulfills that mandate. We are called not to abandon the physical in order to pursue … more »

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Missio on Rest: Turning off the 24/7 News Cycle for 24/1

As Christians, we are commanded to rest. Not suggested, but commanded – and it’s not something that God takes lightly. Instead, it is part of His basic instruction, enshrined in the Ten Commandments. The practice of this command takes different … more »

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How Would I Like to be Attacked Politically?

Jesus says, “In everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.” (Matthew 7:12)  Jesus tells us that in everything we are to treat others like ourselves, not … more »

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My Utmost 140 Characters for His Highest

I work in social media as it pertains to politics and economics.  If one wishes to be thoughtful – and not just a demagogue – it’s a continually challenging area in which to work.  The media, whether social media or … more »

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