Ruining the Gospel: Lessons on Preaching and Movie-Making

Sharing the Gospel is more than sharing facts.  

Child Sacrifice? Being Missional?

The horrific price we too often pay for “doing things in God’s name.”

Learning the Language of a Liberal City

When the Church lacks the vocabulary to engage with everyone, she looses her missional voice. Learning the Language of a Liberal City

Messy: A Challenging and Refreshing Look at the Unresolved Aspects of Faith

Faith gives beauty and meaning and purpose to life yet it’s still messy. Messy: A Challenging and Refreshing Look at the Unresolved Aspects of Faith

Eco-Glossolalia: Emerging Twenty-First Century Pentecostal and Charismatic Ecotheology

This study in Pentecostal and Charismatic Social Justice Theology, Pentecostal and Charismatic Spirit/ Creation Theology, and Pentecostal and Charismatic Ecotheology  experiments with a possible pneumatological metaphor that can remedy the growing need for Pentecostal scholarship in the area of ecotheology: the Spirit baptized creation. Eco-Glossolalia: Emerging Twenty-First Century Pentecostal and Charismatic Ecotheology

A Liberating Spirit – Looking the Wrong Way

“Looking the Wrong Way: Salvation and the Spirit in Pentecostal Eco-Theology,” a chapter from A Liberating Spirit: Pentecostals and Social Action in North America, edited by  Michael Wilkinson and Steven M. Studebaker