Father Factor – Fudge, Fatherhood, and Faith

“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.  

Defying Gravity: Why Relativism is Dying and Everyone is Believing in Absolute Truth, Part 2

Why a certain set of cultural absolute truths will increasingly rule our world, and how the Christian worldview may speak to that.

Defying Gravity: Why Relativism is Dying & Everyone is Believing in Absolute Truth, Part 1

Why Postmodernists do believe in timeless, universal, and objective truth similar to how Christians believe in truth.

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Preacher

Is there a place for heat in homiletics? Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Preacher

Jesus Just Sat There: Obedience as Evangelism

Why we should continue in obedience especially when Jesus is seemingly doing nothing. Jesus Just Sat There: Obedience as Evangelism

Words and Shovels: Where have all the prophets gone?

Prophets are the Church’s immune system, and she sorely needs them back. Words and Shovels: Where have all the prophets gone?

Starting Missional Churches – An Expression of Faith that Fits

“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.

Church as a Holy Drama

The church’s mission, like a play, can only be lived out in community. Church as a Holy Drama

Five Ways to Recover from a Sermon

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

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.