Newest updates on the Schoenleber family. Source: Where’s Marty?
Jesus gave the church one task. Make disciples (Matthew 28:16-20). More accurately, disciples who make disciples (2 Timothy 2:2). The process for making disciples was one, loving one another (John 13:34-35), and two, proclaiming the good news of the Kingdom (Luke 16:16). As the early church did those things, the result was the planting of … More A Leadership Discipleship Strategy
Psalms 109 Psalm 109 is a difficult psalm to pray if you have a weak view of God’s holiness and the ferocity of His love for His people. In comparison to David, our prayers are soft-headed when placed alongside David’s robust boldness in praying not only for God to bless him but to vanquish his … More Praying to a Ferocious Lover
I’m reading a novel that was first published 71 years ago. I don’t know how it got to my shelf. I never heard of it before. It has a terrible cover. It probably got shelved from a set of books that were donated to me. The author is unknown to me. But the 1985 copy … More Schizophrenic Pastors
Here’s an article I had to pass on. Every church I have ever been in, the ones I was the pastor of, the ones I was preaching at, the ones I was just passing through on my way to someplace else, EVERY single one wished they had more. More vocalists. More bass players. More guitars. More … More “Why We Sing”
In terms of “BLOGing-Life”, this post is prehistoric. But it is still very helpful in thinking through how to make your small group more like the best church you could imagine. Source: Small Groups vs. House Churches: What’s the difference?