Wednesday is for Prayer We pray too much for ourselves and not enough for others. We pray too much for our own concerns and not enough about global concerns. In your passion to reach your neighbors, you must build a passion in your newest disciples for the whole world and its need for Christ and … More Operation World: We Really Can Change the World
Bonus post for Tuesday is for Preaching
Tuesday is for Preaching Assuming you are a) called to preach, b) work and pray hard over and in the text, and c) lean into the Holy Spirit as you preach, you will receive many “pats on the back” from a congregation that has ears to hear. So what do you do when the end … More Deflecting Honor to the One Who is Honorable
Monday Discussion Can my readers help me with a list of evangelism / discipleship / church planting issues that they would like to have addressed over the summer months? Please make your suggestions in the comments rather than on facebook.
Thanks Sally Gaigalas for posting this on facebook. Our God is truly awesome. The fool has said in his heart, “there is no God.” Here’s is a link you won’t want to miss.
Sunday Afternoon Musings They wanted a king, an earthly king who would subjugate the Romans, turn the tables, Jews on top, Romans under thumb. They wanted something other than what Jesus wanted. They didn’t have ears to hear. But some did. Some heard Him say that His kingdom was not of this world. Some heard … More The Glories of the Gospel
Weekend Musings A Poetry Project Offering* Psalm 9:10 *Always read the Psalm first. “And those who know your name put their trust in you, for you, O LORD, have not forsaken those who seek you.” “Sleep is Awake” 4:30 AM Only fisherman and people far more spiritual than me are up at this hour. Sleep … More Looking for Mercy in the Nightwatches of Life
Weekend Links Here’s the weekend links from some of the reading this week. Enjoy Notes to Harold Camping Followers Open letter to Harold Camping Followers (Michael Horton) Harold Camping Should Publicly Repent (Michael A. Vu) Church Growth and Discipleship How does one church have 130% of its people in small groups? Francis Chan on the … More Weekend Links for 5/28/11
Friday is for Heart Songs “Do not be surprised, brothers, that the world hates you.” (1 John 3:13) I love being loved. I love preaching the word of God and knowing on the faces of the congregation, that what I am teaching is being heard clearly, appreciated and excitedly applied. I love “coming down from … More Is Jesus Really Worth all the World’s Hatred?
Moving Toward Christmas: Showing the Foundations of our Confidence The following is a lengthy video but it is well worth it. It is common for non-believers to say things like: “The New Testament was written down two or three generations after the events they describe. We don’t even know for sure if a person named … More Brilliant Defense of the Historicity of the Gospels