The problem of malpractice is not unique to pastors! And it’s not unique to the current generation of Christians. One form of malpractice that was common in the early Church was also at the heart of the reformation …Read more
Two revolutions have radically altered the way families think about the meaning of the “home.” The technological revolution currently extends and broadens the impact of the industrial revolution. As a result, prevailing family practices create tension with a …Read more
If we all think for a moment, we all know them—the “queen bees and homecoming kings” who sadly slip off their pedestals by their mid-twenties. “What happened to so-and-so?” is probably the most frequently asked question at …Read more
Shame is a powerful motivator—one of the most powerful! It hurts to feel inadequate, to feel stupid, to be counted among the uncool.
Most people are willing to pay a significant price—sometimes an enormous price—to avoid being an …Read more
Eating is about more than taking on fuel. Whether we realize or not, eating is a window into our most basic beliefs about ourselves and the world in which we live.
“Human beings don’t just eat to live,” …Read more
It goes against the grain of church marketing. There is no praise band and no PowerPoint for either the sermon or the music. The sermons are long, really long! But the typical Sunday congregation is mostly young …Read more