Four Reasons You Need Weekly Sermon Evaluation

Any preacher who has been through bible college or seminary knows that one of the most painful experiences of a theological education is preaching class. Preaching in front of a professor and your peers, opening yourself up to their critique, is humbling and often extraordinarily painful. My experience was no different. However, as painful as…Read more Four Reasons You Need Weekly Sermon Evaluation

forever by Kari Jobe

Alright friends, Easter is soon to be here and we will see burgeoning attendance, as we always do in our churches around Easter and Christmas. We will gather together, worship God en masse, and celebrate Christ's resurrection from the dead. Thankfully, for those who have trusted Christ, every Sunday is a Resurrection Sunday, but special…Read more forever by Kari Jobe

When Indie Rock is Bad for the Church

This is a repost of an article I originally posted at ProjectTGM.com Is it appropriate to communicate the gospel message in a manner which is shaped by its context? I think the answer is yes. I assume that contextualization is biblically a given. It is difficult to argue with any integrity that contextualization stands in…Read more When Indie Rock is Bad for the Church