Can We Evangelize Late Modern Culture?
We cannot assume a shared foundation.
It's innately human to convert others to what we find to be true, meaningful, entertaining, or beautiful. We do this all the time with the books, sports, movies, and experiences we love.
Ten Christian Athletes Who Were Tebowing Before Tebow
Christian sports stars have a long history of using their public platform to display their private faith.
Christian sports stars have a long history of using their public platform to display their private faith. Early Church; Middle Ages; Reformation; Early Modern; Modern.
Extreme Athletes Don’t Have to Settle for Adrenaline Highs
Action-sports ministries help wakeboarders, surfers, skaters, and snowboarders ground their passions in gospel truth.
Action-sports ministries help wakeboarders, surfers, skaters, and snowboarders ground their passions in gospel truth. Extreme Athletes Don't Have to Settle for Adrenaline Highs.
Why You Should Use Stats in Ministry
Facts are our friends, and so are stats.
Here are three reasons why. Those of you who know me know my tentative relationship with all things sports. It isn't that I know nothing of sports; I just haven't kept up much.
My Top 5 Books on Faith and Football
A sports biographer and former player lists his picks.
My Top 5 Books on Faith and Football. A sports biographer and former player lists his picks. My Top 5 Books on Faith and Football. A sports biographer and former player lists his picks.
Why We Really Put Our Kids in Sports
Our goodhearted support prioritizes athleticism more than we think.
Opinion | Sexuality. Why We Really Put Our Kids in Sports. Most parents will voice more modest outcomes for our children when we sign them up for sports leagues.
Why Are Our Children So Anxious?
Unpacking the reasons behind childhood and adolescent anxiety—and the hope we find in the gospel.
shifts.”. Even adolescents who reap the benefits of outdoor play and sports can be at risk of anxiety that comes from a hyper-scheduled routine. “Kids
Q+A: Inside Edition's Megan Alexander on 'Faith in the Spotlight'
The popular journalist shares about staying true to her faith in the TV news industry.
When she received an offer to cover the NFL in 2014, journalist Megan Alexander had no way of knowing that she would be reporting one of the sports' world's biggest stories of the
Trends in Church Architecture, Part 5
Can a church building be culturally engaged?
housing a full functioning café space or children's education center, or allowing AA or a local HOA to use meeting space, or partnering with the local YMCA to run their sports leagues on
Weekend Edition: January 29, 2016
The GC2 Summit, HuffPo Christianity, Americans on gambling, and more
Americans View Sports Gambling as Moral, but Illegal—Lisa Cannon Green. The Super Bowl and sports betting websites demonstrate how Americans
Your Unchurched Friends Want to Know About Your Faith
And while they don’t want to go to church, they’re likely up for attending other church activities with you, LifeWay reports.
About half would take part in a community service event (51%), concert (45%), sports or exercise program (46%), or neighborhood get-together (45%) at a church.
Weekend Edition—February 26, 2016
Stay home for sports, the Pope and the Patriarch, and more!
1 of 3. Weekend Edition—February 26, 2016. Stay home for sports, the Pope and the Patriarch, and more! Jim makes his case for playing sports in your own community.
Going Back to Your Home Church: To Go or Not to Go?
Returning to one's home church as pastor can be tricky.
Relational capital gives the pastor home-field advantage. And if you are a sports fan you know teams love playing at their home stadium. Contextual