Moody Center is part of the “Go Dark, Shine Bright” campaign, a guided social media fast and living witness to the gospel. We encourage you to join us! Starting on May 6th (the National Day of Prayer), join us for a 10-day social media fast. While our accounts “Go Dark” during this time, we’ll take […]
‘As the afternoon sunlight struck the window, fragmented light pierced through the crucified figure on the glass panes and bathed the elements of the Eucharist the priest was distributing. Drops of blood emitting from the individual’s crude, thorny crown scattering crimson speckles beneath the wine, and the mutilated flesh of the Messiah was illuminated upon […]
The theology of the prayers of Jesus You may have heard the common phrase, “God is not a vending machine,” but why is that? Should I not ask for what I want? And how should I pray? Prayer becomes further complicated while pondering when (and how often) we should pray. Deeper still, I remember as […]
Moody Center is pleased to have strong leadership and staff who are working with other Christian organizations to serve the church. In addition to serving as Moody Center’s COO, James Spencer recently launched a course on Multnomah Plus Based on his book entitled Thinking Christian: Essays on Testimony, Accountability, and the Christian Mind. James earned […]
Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Pastor Emeritus of The Moody Church in Chicago and board member at the Moody Center recently released Sermon Prep Made Simpler on Multnomah Plus. Moody Center is blessed to have Dr. Lutzer as a board member and pleased to see him working to assist pastors.
On New Year’s Eve 1949, a fiery, young southern evangelist named Billy Graham was invited to the Boston area to speak at Park Street Church as the congregation brought in the New Year. The evening’s event would also serve as the kickoff for a weeklong crusade at the church. At the time, Graham was fresh […]
Toward the end of The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race by Willie James Jennings, Jennings expresses a desire for the church with which we resonate deeply. He writes, “I yearn for a vision of Christian intellectual identity that is compelling and attractive, embodying not simply the cunning of reason but the power […]
In the latest issue of Theology Mag (theologymag.com), several contributors examine various aspects of the theological thought of D.L. Moody. Rightly recognized as an American evangelist, the Moody Center’s D.L. Moody Digital Archives launched in late 2019 offers new resources for evaluating Moody’s intersection with issues concerning the challenges associated with the Civil War, reconstruction, […]
Agreements signed with Northfield Mount Hermon and Powell family to transfer oversight and stewardship of D.L. Moody historical sites to Moody Center.
It’s an exciting time to be a part of the legacy, rebirth and evolution of the Moody Center.