Links for your weekend reading:
What I’ve done to help me make sense is to answer the questions: What will it take for me to go deep into the unengaged sections of my city to make disciples of Jesus?
Attractional models of church do not work in a culture where 96% of the people do not attend any religious service whatsoever.
I would like to suggest some areas where we are broken and hopefully provide some solutions about how to fix them.
There are certain books every pastor and planter should read.
The triple threat, five-tool preacher is characterized by variety in his sermons.
There are at least seven good reasons to drop your notes.
There are number of evangelicals who are firm in their faith are flabby in their practice of actually gathering with their brothers and sisters in worship. It’s the part-time syndrome, and it can sneak up on any of us.
Internet pornography is probably the number one pastoral problem in the world today.
Penal substitution explains how the cross saves, Christus victor explains why the cross saves, and the double-sided moral influence and example theory explain what we should do in response.
Here are the twelve myths about Calvinism and Arminianism.
God intended sleep to be a gift, a time every day where we remind ourselves that we are not God, and that God is in control.
The followings are few thoughts and strategies on how being an introvert needn’t stop you from sharing parts of your life with others online, speaking and hosting meetups, or even creating a new career. You’re not alone, and you too can do this.
In one second on the Internet there are…