Category Archives: Discipleship
Christian leadership is never timeless. Instead, it is a timely application of God-given wisdom regarding specific decisions that must be made in particular moments in time.
We shouldn’t be surprised that the local churches we belong to are communities where we see vibrant manifestations of God’s power and perplexing messiness at the same time.
How should the church witness to the gospel in an age of self-expression and resisting conformity to anything outside yourself?
A holistic view of discipleship means that spiritual direction is not merely delivered; it is displayed.
The command to “follow me as I follow Christ” is not a statement of arrogance, but the natural outworking of the Spirit of God in the life of a church.
One of the best ways to get a feel for the Bible’s narrative is to read through the Bible chronologically. Another way is to read at least one or two Bible overview books a year. Here are 12 books I recommend.
As we make disciples, we shouldn’t forget four key aspects of this task and why they matter.
What we’ve assumed to be true about the people in our congregations isn’t in line with reality. Much of our angst could be resolved by correcting our assumptions.
Here is the video from a discussion panel on Group Ministry in the Local Church. I was joined by Eric Geiger, author of Transformational Groups, Robby Gallaty, author of Growing Up, and Daniel Montgomery, author of Faithmapping.
The World Vision decision was a tremor that warns us of a coming earthquake in which churches and leaders historically identified with evangelicalism will divide along all-too-familiar fault lines.