An online course that stresses the importance of physical community. Like a temperance drive at the brewery, or a zumba class at your local KFC.
We’ve wondered about this for along time. Does the online course medium (one person sitting alone in front of a computer) undermine part of the Discipleship Explored message (committing to a local church is essential to discipleship)? Continue reading
One incident of that time was very memorable, and God turned it to good account for higher ends. I often tell it as “the miracle of the speaking bit of wood”; and it has happened to other missionaries exactly as to my self.
At The Gospel Coalition’s recent National Women’s Conference, Don Carson picked up on an article of mine about “The god of Open Options“, originally published in Christianity Today under the title “Imprisoned By Choice”.
As Christians, we know our future is glorious. But what of our past? Can Jesus transform that too?
By which I mean, the author of “Can I Really Trust The Bible?”
I’m told that my book is 82 pages. I can’t be sure about that, I haven’t read it. It was hard enough to write, to be honest.
I went into the Good Book Company recently to talk about it.
With thanks to my friends Glen Scrivener, James Cary and the inimitable Nate Morgan Locke who interviewed me.
Read more about this milestone of Christian publishing.
Hey everyone. I’ve just given Future Perfect a total makeover, so I’d love your comments on what works and what doesn’t.
My public service announcement regarding the zombie apocalypse.
Are you worshipping the god of Open Options?
When I’m finally standing in the new creation, and I’m thinking back over my life, there are some things I will never say. Continue reading
“He spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all; how shall he not with him freely give us all things?” (Romans 8:32) Continue reading