Ten Reasons You Might Need to Read this Little Book Your passion for Christ has lost its edge. You long for revival in your own heart. You wonder if there is more to the Christian life than you are currently experiencing. You are looking for meaning and direction in life. You wonder if God has … More Ten Reasons You Might Need to Read this Little Book
Saturday Musings Settlers or Sojourners? is the fifth and also the second shortest book that I have written. But it has a long history. About 15 years ago, I was invited to speak at a symposium on multi-ethnic ministry. The church I was pastoring at the time had been a pioneer in multi-ethnic ministry in … More 23 countries of Birth in One Church
Thursday is for Discipleship Knowing who we are, who we really are, who we are in Christ, how we are to view ourselves as men and women under the Lordship of Jesus, is critical to making any progress in spiritual formation. This is the theme of my own essay, Settlers or Sojourners, but it is … More Is There a Conspiracy in Our Bible Translations?
Tuesday is for Preaching I am re-reading John MacArthur’s Slave: The Hidden Truth About Your Identity in Christ (Thomas Nelson, 2010). It is such a powerful book and it starts in the preface with a compelling story of a brother in Christ who gave his life in testimony to the beauty and attractiveness of Christ … More When You Say You are a Christian, What Does it Mean?
Grateful to the first reviews coming in of my new book, “Settlers or Sojourners? A Meditation on Christian Identity” I brought these over from Amazon.com. Another encouraging note is that the book is beginning to get some sales in England! Pray that it might start a revival on both sides of the Atlantic. “This world … More Early Reviews of “Settlers or Sojourners?
Friday is for Heart Songs I love my country. Flaws and all, I love it. I think, on balance, it has been a force for good in the world, even with all of its missteps and corruptions. But it is dangerous to live here. Dangerous to the soul. Our affluence, our comforts, and the long … More Fighting the Urge to Live for Comfort, Security, and Convenience
Great Quotes from Weekend Reading “The twenty-first century has begun with the shattering realization that there is no safe place on earth. Slowly, perhaps, many are wakening to the biblical view that ‘here we have no lasting city, but we seek the city that is to come’ (Hebrews 13:14); that this world does not offer a … More A Major Problem for American Christians
First offering! The book is available in Kindle format now and paperback by the end of the month. It’s a little book filled with big thoughts of God, big thoughts of God’s kingdom, and big thoughts about the Church’s place in the world. My hope is that many will heed its cry for a passionate rediscovery of … More New Book Available: Be one of the first to review
Book will go to print soon. But here’s what some of the advance reviewers are saying: “The temptation to pursue a safe and easy life is pervasive. With the Bible as his guide, Marty Schoenleber shows us we weren’t meant to settle into this world, but to sojourn for Christ–no matter the cost. This is … More What Others are Saying About the New Book
Christians Have Pickled Themselves in the American Dream. Here are ten reasons why I wrote Settlers or Sojourners? It will be available on Kindle first (in about two weeks) and paperback next month. It ‘s a book to shake us out of our nesting instincts and inflame the passions of an adventurer.