“Fudge, Fatherhood, and Faith: Thoughts on a Spirituality of the Baby Bjorn,” a chapter from Father Factor: American Christian Men on Fatherhood and Faith, edited by R. Anderson Campbell.
Why a certain set of cultural absolute truths will increasingly rule our world, and how the Christian worldview may speak to that.
Why Postmodernists do believe in timeless, universal, and objective truth similar to how Christians believe in truth.
Is there a place for heat in homiletics? Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Preacher
Why we should continue in obedience especially when Jesus is seemingly doing nothing. Jesus Just Sat There: Obedience as Evangelism
Prophets are the Church’s immune system, and she sorely needs them back. Words and Shovels: Where have all the prophets gone?
“An Expression of Faith that Fits: Theophilus Church,” a chapter from Starting Missional Churches: Life with God in the Neighborhood, edited by Mark Lau Branson and Nicholas Warnes.
The church’s mission, like a play, can only be lived out in community. Church as a Holy Drama
When the lights are off, the sermon is done, and everyone’s gone home, how do you handle the lows of preaching? Five Ways to Recover from a Sermon
A.J. Swoboda: I’m a Pentecostal environmentalist Creation care is an integral aspect of the relationship of the Holy Spirit to the world, says a Pentecostal theologian, pastor and environmentalist.