5 Strategies for Involving Non-Reading-Men in Discipleship

Tuesday is for Heart Songs I was sitting with a fellow leader in the church talking about ministry. Specifically, our strategy of up-stream vs down stream ministries. Downstream ministries are reactive, up-stream ministries are proactive.  The subject of getting men involved in discipling their families came up. “How do you deal with men who say … More 5 Strategies for Involving Non-Reading-Men in Discipleship

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Did One Vote Make it Possible to Win World War II?

The following is an excerpt from chapter 5 of the book Picking a President: Or Any Other Elected Official.  As mid-term elections begin to take shape around the nation, I thought it might be a good short reflection on the need to take seriously our duty to vote. A One-Vote Oddity Did One Vote Make … More Did One Vote Make it Possible to Win World War II?

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Unless You Become Like Little Children … You Shall Not Enter

Weekend Musings I so want to use this sometime in a message! It’s not their innocence, but their wide-eyed wonder and delight that Jesus has in mind when he says, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. 4 Whoever humbles himself like this … More Unless You Become Like Little Children … You Shall Not Enter

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The Courage to Confess Sin—What Bonhoeffer Still Teaches Us

“I never heard of the Gospel of Jesus Christ . . . of the cross, of sin and forgiveness, of death and life (while) in New York . . . only an ethical and social idealism which pins its faith to progress.” —Dietrich Bonhoeffer … according to Bonhoeffer, a congregation without mutual confession of sin is … More The Courage to Confess Sin—What Bonhoeffer Still Teaches Us

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