What I’m Reading – 3/24/17

Below are some of the articles and books I’ve read recently that you may enjoy checking out. “The Increasing Significance of the Decline of Men,” (Thomas B. Edsall, NYT) — “[M]en of all races and ethnicities are dropping out of the work force, abusing opioids and falling behind women in both college attendance and graduation... Read More

What I’m Reading – 3/10/17

Below are some of the articles and books I’ve read recently that you may enjoy checking out. “In Memoriam: Dr. Michael Travers, The Faithful Professor,” (Matt Mullins, BTT) — This is a wonderful tribute to a wonderful Christian man, a beloved colleague, and a good friend. Michael Travers will be missed. “Q&A with Trevin Wax,... Read More

6 Ways Preaching Aids Discipleship in the Church

Discipleship lies at the heart of the Great Commission, so it should be at the heart of all our ministry as well, including our preaching. Many churches struggle to disciple their people, but I want to suggest that the preaching ministry of the church can and should be one of the main engines of discipleship... Read More

What I’m Reading – 3/3/17

Below are some of the articles and books I’ve read recently that you may enjoy checking out. The White Umbrella: Walking with Survivors of Sex Trafficking, (Mary Frances Bowley) — This is an accessible but powerful book on the evils of sex trafficking, which shares the perspective of those who have experienced it. If you haven’t learned... Read More

What I’m Reading – 2/24/17

Below are some of the articles and books I’ve read recently that you may enjoy checking out. “Why Tim Keller, Max Lucado, and Hundreds of Evangelical Leaders Oppose Trump’s Refugee Ban,” (Jeremy Webber, CT) — The subhead indicates, “Regardless of court fight’s final outcome, fewer persecuted Christians will make it to America under president’s plan.”... Read More
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