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Reflecting on Church Planting in the Aftermath of Being on the StartUp Podcast, Part 2
Three major topics church planters have contacted me about since the podcast began airing.
Reflecting on the Rewards and Risks of Going on the StartUp Business Podcast, Part 1
'Fascinating' and 'terrifying' are the words that come to mind when I think about my experience of being recorded for days on end.
Why You Got Blocked: What’s Okay, and Not Okay, on Social Media
Social media is a place where we should first seek to be light and salt to a world that needs Jesus.
Mattresses, Experiences, and Instagramming Your Worship Service
What place does social media have in our worship services?
Billy Graham’s Death Leads 10,000 to Pray for Salvation
How the evangelist’s online memorial continues to preach the gospel.
Taylor University Still Shaken by Unsanctioned Conservative Newspaper
Controversy over the anonymous handout, “Excalibur,” has the campus pushing for public dialogue.
The Red Carpet Is No Longer a Refuge from Real-World Issues
This Academy Awards season, celebrities and fans are looking for more from Hollywood, but even with more robust coverage, they may not always find it.
Newsweek’s ‘Second Coming Christ’ Problem
The iconic magazine is imploding. At the heart of its troubles is its relationship with Olivet University and David Jang's religious community.
The Preacher and the Press
How Billy Graham got the mainstream media to broadcast God's message to the world.
Died: ‘God’s Smuggler’ and ‘The Cross and the Switchblade’ Coauthor John Sherrill
Charismatic writer and Guideposts editor is remembered for his Spirit-filled stories.
Charles Dickens Still Haunts Christmas
How a 19th-century story informs the modern holiday spirit.
Died: David Mainse, Canada’s Top Trusted Televangelist
The late “100 Huntley Street” broadcaster told generations of viewers each day, “Jesus loves you.”
Think Fake News Is Scary? Try False TeachingSubscriber Access Only
We learn to spot a lie by studying the truth.
Died: Michael Cromartie, the Church’s Ambassador to Washington
The late DC leader is remembered for his integrity, friendship, and bridge-building between Christians and the media.
The Busy Pastor’s Guide to Inbox Shalom
A clear email inbox is a ministry aid. Here’s how to get (and stay) there.
Pastoring in the Age of CelebritySubscriber Access Only
How famous Bible teachers impact local Bible study.
Uniting a Violence-Plagued City in Prayer
Neither death threats nor tepid response discouraged two pastors from praying over every murder site in their city for years.
How to Binge Watch Like a Believer Subscriber Access Only
The acclaimed cultural critic Andy Crouch says parents, not kids, are the key to a tech-wise family.
Lent, Unplugged
In a time of digital consumption, here’s how the church can lead the way on healthy media fasting.
What Tech Should My Church Get?Subscriber Access Only
A hasty technology purchase can cost you big time down the road.
Top Story August 22, 2019
Have Archaeologists Found the Lost City of the Apostles?
Have Archaeologists Found the Lost City of the Apostles?
Recent discoveries have placed the biblical city of Bethsaida closer to shore where Peter and Andrew left their nets to follow Christ.
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