Category Archives: Interviews
“From the beginning I knew that in terms of doing a bio-picture, I wanted to flip the model on it’s head, and make God the hero of story.”
A conversation about Barnabas Piper and the challenges pastors’ kids face.
While I love the South, I love it with eyes wide open.
The preacher’s business is with the mind; we have to get people’s attention, and hold their attention, if we hope for our message to make a difference.
A conversation with Alan Cross about racism, the church, and dying to our preferences.
Evangelicals have been criticized for inflating the orphan crisis by increasing the demand for adoptable children in developing nations. Rick Morton explains this critique and why it doesn’t apply to us
A conversation with Rick Morton about the maturing of the orphan care movement.
Why John Stott is a good model of a person who went after God full-bore, and therefore someone worthy of emulation.
Trillia Newbell and I discuss what diversity looks like within the church and why ethnic and cultural diversity in and of itself should not be the goal to which Christians aspire.
A conversation with Carl Laferton about his book, Original Jesus.