Category Archives: Future of the Church
Discipleship can never be digital-only.
On the inevitability and importance of hidden vulnerability in pastoral ministry.
The contrast between C. S. Lewis’ church and a 1000-year-old congregation in Portsmouth.
Look beyond the headlines, and see a quieter movement taking place, one that will have a much greater impact in coming years.
What do we learn from the churches that are effectively reaching millennials?
Christians in North America will face many challenges in the future. Religious liberty debates are likely to increase as these trends accelerate.
The pull of the past is a good and dangerous thing, either a slingshot or a black hole.
How do we avoid mission drift as we seek to “engage the culture” or “serve the world” in which God has placed us?
Stop thinking Christian morality is just a barrier; it’s one of the most attractive features of our faith.
How church planting has changed, and is changing.