We must pay attention to the whole counsel of God. We need to study all of it and preach from all of it, not just the stuff that hits our sweet spot.
As a layperson, should I start a grassroots movement to change my church?
Most pastors should make it a point to jump into the deep end of the intellectual pool and get in over their heads once in awhile.
Sometimes I wonder if I’m so busy because I’ve come to believe the lie that busyness is the point.
Let me suggest three ways in which the digital revolution, for all its benefits, is also an accomplice to our experience of being hassled, frazzled, and crazy busy.
The mission of the church is not to “reclaim” America. The growth of the church does not rely on political victories or societal approval. But call it what you want—a culture war, a battle of ideas, an ideological struggle—there is no question we have deep division in America. Given this reality, how should Christians respond?