I just finished the short book by C.S. Lewis titled The Case for Christianity. It was a great journey, like a refreshing walk in the mountains on a brilliant Fall day. Unforgettable, beautiful and awe inspiring. Part of the process for me was to create an index for the book. You can access it at … More C.S. Lewis’s Evangelistic Appeal on BBC Radio During the War Against Hitler’s Evil.
Doing a second read on “THE CELTIC WAY OF EVANGELISM” (George Hunter, Abingdon Press, 2000) and this quote pushed its way to my consciousness. (The context is an analysis of the problems St. Patrick faced from his superiors one decade in to his 28 year mission to Ireland. Hunter then draws a parallel to the … More Has the Church Lost Its Way?
This week, I lost one of my longest mentors and friends when Paul Becker, 70, went home to be with Jesus after a long battle with cancer. Paul was the founder and President of Dynamic Church Planting International. We met around 1989 when I was an instructor at the International School of Theology in San … More Lost a Mentor This Week
When you get to Psalm 96 in your reading through the Psalms, you have arrived at a Psalm intoxicated with the worthiness of God. The Psalmist knows his God and because he knows God he wants others to know Him. His Psalm is his invitation to the nations, to the all creation, to everything in … More What Revel’s “Bolero” Has in Common with Psalm 96