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Christ-less Christianity
Does our preaching and teaching cause people to focus more on themselves than on Jesus?
What the Church Should Look Like
That's what I'd like to help us think about in this blog.
Seeing the Unseen
What picture of the future has God tattooed on your heart?
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
How do you get over the hurt when people leave your church?
Stuff First-Century Christians Fought About
What we can learn about multiethnic church planting from the first church dispute.
Healthy Leader, Healthy Church
Five reflections on emotionally unhealthy spirituality.
God Is Not Santa Claus
How the consumerist worldview affects the church.
#Ferguson and the Cross
Live as an ambassador to a hurting world.
It’s Not All About the Weekend
Three leadership insights that will make you a better pastor today.
Teens Are Not the Church of Tomorrow
God wants to use teens to change the world.
Crafting a Life Vision Statement
Prepare for the new year with a time of reflection.
A New Kind of Leader, Part 5
The world needs blessed leaders who care for and equip God’s flock.
The Gospel We Preach Determines The Churches That Exist
Why does the gospel preached in America produce homogeneous churches?
This Can Happen in America, Part 1
How Germany’s post-Christian culture could be America’s future.
This Can Happen in America, Part 2
How can the church flourish in a post-Christian America?
The Great Omission Becomes the Great Commission
How God used the great church destroyer Saul to become the great multiethnic church planter.
The Church Is The Greatest Movie Trailer Ever
How the church can be a foretaste of heaven.
All Good Things Must Come to an End
Every ending is a new beginning.
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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