Category Archives: Future of the Church
We knew God’s Word and experienced God. And that was life-shaping.
The reason some kids abandon their faith is not because they go to college, but because they stop going to church.
What if evangelicals “hold the line” on same-sex marriage while adopting virtually every other wrongheaded aspect of our culture’s view of marriage?
The history of your church is a vital component of the health of your church.
The Church of the future must be a “community of memory” where people know where they’ve come from, who they are, and who they will one day be.
We ought to want our religion to constrain us at precisely those points we are most likely to be led astray by cultural pressures.
If Christian organizations on university campuses are any indication, the marginalization of Christians could become the catalyst for more effective mission.
How do we fortify believers for this cultural moment? The simplest, most profound answer is: through love.
Union University’s decision to withdraw from the CCCU is not what is creating division, but the moral heterodoxy of the schools that have abandoned the Church’s witness to marriage.
The imminent demise of denominations is premature, and a denominational affiliation is not the “hindrance” many believers consider it to be.