Curated links for your weekend reading:
Be Slow to Pull the ‘God Card’
Here are four faulty reasons Christians might use the God card.
Inadequacy Is Compulsory in Evangelism
We place far too much importance on our skills and gifts (or lack thereof) and not enough on God.
More than Music: How the Congregation Plays a Part in Every Element of Worship
Corporate worship encompasses much more than music. In fact, every element of Christian worship involves the active participation of the entire congregation.
At What Age Should My Child Be Baptized?
Parents and churches have a responsibility to help their children understand some of the factors involved. I’ll try and explain the two sides of the biblical tension and how we’ve chosen to navigate them as a church.
Church History Isn’t Boring (You’re Just Doing It Wrong)
Church history is an ongoing account of the church’s failures and successes to believe, understand, and practice what the Scriptures teach.
3 Reasons Not to Mention Greek and Hebrew Words in a Sermon
Here are three breezily titled reasons for refusing to mention Greek in your next sermon or Bible lesson. Then, begrudgingly, a few reasons why you might want to do so.
How To Avoid Being Blindsided In “Ambush Meetings”
This framework helps you minimize unnecessary hurt from being blindsided, enter meetings prepared, and use your limited time wisely.
My column this week at The Gospel Coalition Canada: Here Come the Bots
The more that A.I. takes over our lives, the more we need embodied, person-to-person ministry that can’t be replicated any other way.