Category Archives: Interviews

Why Mike Wittmer Thinks You Should Be a Worldly Saint

“Worldly Saints” may seem like an oxymoron, but it’s the perfect title for what God calls Christians to be.

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A Better Way to Make Disciples Among the Nations

Gerald McDermott and Harold Netland discuss witnessing to Christ in a world of religious diversity.

Also posted in Missions / Evangelism | | 2 Comments

Why You Should Trust Jesus’ Unbreakable and Infallible Bible

A conversation about Andrew Wilson about Jesus’ view of the Bible and why we should trust Him.


Embracing the Holy Tension Between God’s Sovereignty and Human Choice

Randy Alcorn hopes readers will gain a bigger view of God by embracing paradoxical beliefs that seem to contradict each other, but in God’s infinite mind do not.

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Randy Alcorn on Calvinists, Arminians, and Everything In Between

If you’re looking for a concise, charitable exploration of the Calvinism and Arminianism discussions, you can’t go wrong with “hand in Hand.”

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This Guy Preached the World’s Longest Sermon: The Whole Bible in 53 Hours

A conversation with Zach Zehnder, a pastor who preached through the whole Bible in 53 consecutive hours.

Also posted in Preaching | | 8 Comments

Time to Move Beyond “Defending” Marriage to “Rebuilding” Marriage

The church has been in similar circumstances before. How have we responded in the past? And how does this prepare us for the future?

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Back to Broadus: Why Pastors Still Consult This Preaching Classic

Preaching books come and go, but John Broadus’ work is considered a classic, and it is still in print after more than a century. What has given it such staying power?

Also posted in Preaching, Southern Baptist Convention | | 1 Comment

Overcoming Evangelistic Paralysis with an Unbelievably Good Gospel

You have every resource, every truth, and every power available to you in Christ.

Also posted in Personal Evangelism | | 2 Comments

Mission in a Secular Age: A Conversation with James K. A. Smith

We are the heirs of societal shifts that are 500 years old. It might look like you’re witnessing a revolution, but it turns out it’s been percolating for centuries.

Also posted in Book Reviews, Christianity, Missions / Evangelism | | 3 Comments