During the adjustments related to COVID-19, the Librarian will be working from home. The library is available to students while keeping the number of people gathered to a minimum. The library catalog and Galaxie Theological Journals database is always available online.
For research assistance (or any other reason), the librarian can be reached by email - firstname.lastname@example.org - or text/phone - 314.680.7955.
Expositor Magazine, the print magazine of OnePassion Ministries and the preaching and teaching ministry of Dr. Steven J. Lawson, is a publication that desires to address the historical, biblical, and theological dynamics and practice of expository preaching. In addition, Expositor serves pastors, preachers, students, teachers, and laymen by examining historical and current issues related to biblical exposition.
We live in a day in which there is a famine in the land for the hearing of God’s Word. In response to this spiritual drought, this ministry and magazine is devoted to calling those who stand in pulpits to the high standard of biblical preaching. If we are to see a new reformation in this day, there must, first, be a reformation of the pulpit.
Christian Missions In Many Lands, Inc. (CMML) was established in 1921 as a nonprofit, faith-based service organization to serve missionaries from the United States serving in cross-cultural missions overseas. CMML serves missionaries whom have been commended by local churches designated by the US government as Plymouth Brethren. . . . The missionaries that CMML serves are those who are called by the Lord, commended by their local churches and look to the Lord alone for direction and to supply their financial needs without contractual links with any other agency. As a missionary service organization, CMML bridges the gap between those on the foreign field and their assemblies at home. CMML serves by facilitating prayer for missionaries, forwarding unsolicited, free-will gifts to the missionaries, and disseminating information concerning missionary activities. . . .