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Category Archives: Missions / Evangelism

Does Moving Away From Calvinism Necessarily Lead to Liberalism?

Claims that make it harder for Southern Baptists to do ministry together.

Also posted in Baptists, Reformed Theology, Southern Baptist Convention, Theology, Young Restless Reformed | | 22 Comments

Malia Obama Is Taking a Gap Year. So Did I.

How God used a year off between high school and college to change my life.

Also posted in Education, Personal, Reaching Romania | | 2 Comments

How A Secular Woman Is Seduced By the Islamic Head Scarf

Elif Butaman’s experiment with the head scarf gives us a fascinating glimpse into the void of secularism.

Also posted in Christianity, Church Issues, Discipleship | | 5 Comments

How a 29-Year-Old G. K. Chesterton Flipped 4 Arguments Against Christianity Upside-Down

Whhen Chesterton went public with his Christian faith, and he did so by using the skeptical arguments as the very reasons he subscribed to Christianity

Also posted in Christianity, Theology | | 23 Comments

Wheaton College and the Courage of Being Confessional

It takes a lot of courage today for an institution to challenge a culture that has no patience for enforcing doctrinal guidelines.

Also posted in Christianity, Church Issues, Politics, Theology | | 2 Comments

The Church That Changed My Life

We knew God’s Word and experienced God. And that was life-shaping.

Also posted in Church Issues, Discipleship, Future of the Church, Reaching Romania, Theology | | 1 Comment

Don’t Let Guilt Crush Your Efforts to Live on Mission

If it’s not the great needs of the world that overwhelm you, it’s the great sins of your heart that threaten to keep you from God’s mission.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Church Issues, Personal Evangelism | | Leave a comment

God Calls Us to Share the Gospel, Not Just Talk about It

Talk is cheap. Even when that talk is about the gospel. So, let’s not settle for conversations about the evangel that don’t lead to evangelism.

Also posted in Christianity, Church Issues, Personal Evangelism | | 2 Comments

Sex is More AND Less Important Than You Think

“Sex is everything,” goes the idea in the 21st century. “And sex is nothing.” This paradoxical view of sexuality in our society requires a paradoxical response from the Church.

Also posted in Christian Living, Christianity, Church Issues, Discipleship, Homosexuality, Sin, Theology | | 6 Comments

4 Things I Learned at Dinner with Church Leaders from Denmark

Here’s what I learned from evangelicals bearing witness to the gospel in a country that is much further down the road of secularization than the United States.

Also posted in Christianity, Church Issues, Discipleship, Future of the Church | | 8 Comments