Category Archives: Church Issues
Too often we think of parenting in generic terms, and thereby minimize the distinctive contribution of a father to a family. Sometimes, you don’t know how important something is until it’s missing.
Why we can’t simply celebrate or condemn the skeptic’s questions.
Now that the middle identifies more with secularism than with nominal Christianity, devout Christians are taking public flak for their views.
Audio from Ed Stetzer, Trevin Wax, Frank Page, and David Platt’s conversation about Calvinism, with some personal reflections.
Nothing revs up a parent more than having a family’s educational choice questioned or challenged. But it’s important to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each approach to schooling.
A holistic view of discipleship means that spiritual direction is not merely delivered; it is displayed.
The command to “follow me as I follow Christ” is not a statement of arrogance, but the natural outworking of the Spirit of God in the life of a church.
If there’s one passage that should give the gospel-centered movement pause, it’s Hebrews 6:1-3.
One of the best ways to get a feel for the Bible’s narrative is to read through the Bible chronologically. Another way is to read at least one or two Bible overview books a year. Here are 12 books I recommend.
Missional churches are not just “outward focused.” The biblical position is more robust (and beautiful) than the inward / outward dichotomy.