Lessons we can learn
You want to read, but which books?
There are examples of faith from Church History, but how would you find them?
You will learn about books from thought leaders in ministry, faith and life.
You will find moving examples in people and events from the history of God’s people.
You will read insights into biblical passages with suggestions for applications in your life.
You will see ways that others have served in churches and other ministries.
Each week you’ll receive something to think about and use to change your life.
It is time to pray for the United Methodist Church
The United Methodist Church has made a surprising choice. Where do they go from here?
What are they doing at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon?
This post contains a link to the latest newsletter from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon
The Southern Baptist sexual abuse scandal: what went wrong and where do we go from here?
The Southern Baptist sexual abuse scandals demand our attention and action by many church leaders. We need to be fully aware of what has happened.
What can we do for people who stare at their phones with vacant looks for hours each day?
Cal Newport’s latest book challenges us to not drown in technology but to use it to ground our lives.
If your barber asked you for advice on prayer, what would you say?
Martin Luther’s barber killed his son-in-law and lost everything when he was exiled from Wittenberg. He wrote Luther doubting that he was still a child of God. Luther wrote him a letter with advice on how to pray.
It started with a class and a bicycle in 1973.
I heard some lectures in summer training for Campus Crusade staff in 1973 that became part of a standard book in biblical theology. This book will stretch you understanding of the Bible.
A Short Blog Report for 2018
This post summarizes the readers on my blog in 2018. The US is still the country with the most readers by far. Second place was new and a surprise. There were other surprises.
Why do we have pastors in our churches?
The Apostle Paul gave a clear answer to the question: why we have pastors in our churches?