Category Archives: Discipleship
Leadership development apart from being a disciple of Jesus always results in skills apart from character, in performance apart from transformation.
Some of Trump’s evangelical voters are church-going and do believe in evangelical doctrines.
Engaging Preston Sprinkle as he seeks to stand on truth and love.
Is it possible to change the Church’s understanding of marriage and leave the other historic doctrines of the Christian faith intact?
Elif Butaman’s experiment with the head scarf gives us a fascinating glimpse into the void of secularism.
Why inculcating Christian doctrine and imitating Christian behavior only takes you so far.
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.
There’s no sense in trying to train our kids to trust in God if what we model for them is that we trust in our training.
What if evangelicals “hold the line” on same-sex marriage while adopting virtually every other wrongheaded aspect of our culture’s view of marriage?