Gregg D. Garner Writes
Gregg D. Garner writes a Christmas Eve communication. celebrating the “little” we all can do to change the world.
Gregg D. Garner writes about kids in need of attention in a hostile world, as an introduction to our CASE after school program.
Gregg D. Garner explores Deuteronomy 15:7 and the responsibility we have to open our hands to the poor, lending what is sufficient for his or her need.
Gregg D. Garner writes about the paramount importance of a theological education prior to any kind of service effort as to ensure the actions are a result of God’s direction, and not our limited, cultural perspectives.
Gregg D. Garner explores how an artistic approach to life can ensure we appreciate the mystery of our existence and “walk it out” with God.
Gregg D. Garner thanks those who have faithfully contributed to the mission of G.O.D. over the last 20 years.
Gregg D. Garner explores the abundant life that Jesus offers as a result of opportunity.
Gregg Garner speaks about our work in the third world, and the ways in which God is transforming lives.
Gregg D. Garner writes about agriculture and the path God has given to man since the very beginning.
Gregg D. Garner explores what can keep God from doing mighty works (faith), and how we’re practicing it, in expectation that mighty works can be done.
Gregg D. Garner explores an often overlooked part of development work.
Gregg D. Garner reflects on 1 Timothy 4:12 and the responsibility of adults to ensure that it can take place for youth.
Gregg D. Garner lays out the need for an organization like ours, how God has been working in our formational stage, and what we’re expecting to come through the foundation he’s building.
Gregg D. Garner writes on the meaning and purpose of theology, and its bearing on our practice.
Gregg D. Garner highlights the importance of experience in contrast to the many visuals that makes us think we know something, without ever having experienced it.
Gregg D. Garner asks which is more important: the teacher or the teaching.
Gregg D. Garner reviews the last few months of ministry in Nashville and Mexico, where we’ve been able to accomplish “more than we could ask for or imagine,” (Eph. 3:20).
Gregg D. Garner explores religious holidays and what we should really spend our energies caring about.
Gregg D. Garner shares the testimonies of 6 of this year’s 18 summer interns.
Tara Garner writes about an encounter with God she will never forget, in the middle of an AIDS hospice in Jamaica.
An e-mail from Tara Garner explores the need for ministers to be rejuvenated, and the importance of prayer.
Gregg D. Garner explains a simple way to study the Bible, using Proverbs 3:5-6 as an example.
Gregg gives a challenge for humility.
Gregg D. Garner asks whether or not you are seeing God, and what the Bible says about how.
Gregg D. Garner calls us all to live lives of significance, and gives an example of one such life: Elias Rukenya.
Gregg D. Garner challenges readers to put their minds on things above, where Christ is!
Gregg D. Garner considers the concept of the Body of Christ, and what that means for Americans who are only part of a greater (suffering) whole.
Gregg D. Garner challenges believers to consider what it means to care for the poor in a way that reflects Christ.
How can the Lord use athletics to open a door for ministry?