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Category Archives: Church Issues

Have We Lost the Soul of Evangelicalism?

Are the four pillars of evangelical identity crumbling?

Also posted in Christianity, Theology | | 4 Comments

Christians Must Be Myth Busters

Christian myth busters don’t just point out what’s wrong; they embody what’s true, and good, and beautiful.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity | | 2 Comments

The Past and Future Present

Our “now” is next year’s “past” and last year’s “future.” What that means for our choices today.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, This Is Our Time | | 3 Comments

Dive Into the Bible and Learn to Swim

The Bible is more than words that inspire. It’s a world we inhabit.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Discipleship, Theology | | 2 Comments

The Crown, The Pastorate, and Hidden Vulnerability

On the inevitability and importance of hidden vulnerability in pastoral ministry.

Also posted in Culture / Entertainment, Discipleship, Future of the Church, Life & Culture | | 1 Comment

Don’t Settle for the Gospel of Self-Fulfillment

You may be closer to “the gospel of self-fulfillment” than you think.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Discipleship, Homosexuality, Idolatry, Sin, Theology | | 7 Comments

2 Reminders from the Korean Church about Prayer

Here are two areas in which the Korean church has something to teach us in the West.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Missions / Evangelism, Prayers | | 9 Comments

The Gospel Project Launches in Korean!

News and pictures from my trip to South Korea to help launch The Gospel Project.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Discipleship, Discipleship - LifeWay, Education, Missions / Evangelism | | 2 Comments

The Church of C. S. Lewis and the Dogma that Makes the Difference

The contrast between C. S. Lewis’ church and a 1000-year-old congregation in Portsmouth.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Future of the Church, Theology | | 4 Comments

What If Our Bibles Rose Up and Judged Us?

Charles Spurgeon’s warning lands hard on my heart. What if my Bibles could talk?

Also posted in Christianity, Devotional Thoughts | | 1 Comment