Category Archives: Christianity
Now that I’ve assessed the state of my church and how it got here, how do I move forward with my congregation?
When a kid says, “Look at what I made!” they are inviting us into the world of their imagination.
If a pastor walks into a church and seeks to understand “what time it is” organizationally, what kind of diagnosis should he expect?
A whopping 83% of churchgoers say, “Nope. I won’t skip worship to watch football.”
“What will it be like when Christianity joins the list of dead religions, and is taught in universities as part of the folklore syllabus?”
Our moral thinking is much more like a politician searching for votes than a scientist searching for truth.
Knowing “what time it is” personally is essential for making wise decisions.
In the New Testament, one’s view of history (both its origin, trajectory, and end) informs and motivates Christian ethics.
The purposeful obedience on display in our lives of ongoing repentance is a missional obedience. As we walk worthy of repentance, we call others to follow Jesus.
Psychologist Jonathan Haidt believes “an obsession with righteousness (leading inevitably to self-righteousness) is the normal human condition”.