Coleman Luck is a Hollywood writer, producer, and creator of one of my favorite 1980’s TV shows, The Equalizer. I loved that show. I loved it for it subtlety, its honorable and heroic efforts on the part of the oppressed and the underdog. I loved it for its redemptive themes and for its commitment to making … More Coleman Luck’s Take on the American Church
Dr. Mark Williams is airing his second interview with me on his podcast today. This one is on the advantage and benefits of reading good biographies. You can hear the podcast at this link and read what he has to say as well. Pray for me this week as I finish up my last week … More New Podcast Up
A Monday Musings The gospel is a proclamation, not a sales pitch. Jesus called people to repent and believe. And he commissioned us to do the same. Some will, and sadly, some will not. I have been reflecting on this for a couple of days (honestly, for years) but recently two different authors have fueled my … More The Gospel is a Proclamation, Not a Sales Pitch.
Part of the “Poetry Project”* Read Psalm 69 Psalm 69 and 70 were the evening readings on the schedule last night (three nights ago). I read two verses that I don’t remember reading in the other 200 plus times I have read the book of Psalms. Of course, that last sentence is both improbable and … More When Friends Fail You
This Thursday (May 12, 2016), I will appear on Dr. Mark Alan Williams podcast. Mark called to ask if he could interview me on two topics and the first of those interviews will be up on his website on the topic of One-to-One Discipleship this Thursday. I’ll let you know when the second interview will appear … More Podcast Coming
Monday is for Theology Mercy Me put a great picture to the theology behind their song, “Flawless.” It’s been around for a while but it is still worth a listen and a look. Revelation 3:5 (ESV) The one who conquers will be clothed thus in white garments, and I will never blot his name out … More Theology in Pictures
Currently booking this seminar for Saturdays in June and July 2016. Outline of the Seminar Understanding and Befriending Your Catholic Neighbor A one day (Saturday) seminar to help you understand your “Catholic” neighbor (or yourself) … Source: Understanding and Befriending Your Catholic Neighbor
Tuesday is for Discipleship People think a lot of ridiculous things about Christian discipleship. They don’t know any better because they don’t read their Bibles. Or they read their Bibles but never examine their assumptions about what they read. Any reading material, but especially the Bible, is best read as an interrogator of reality. So … More What Interrogates Your Reality?
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Without a doubt, John Wesley was one of the greatest influences within the history of Christianity. His passion, vision and organization was second to none in expanding the kingdom of God through missionary efforts and church planting. Wesley’s writings and pattern of church planting have had a huge impact on…