Starting churches is more effective with a team of committed Christians who together experience community, embrace the cross and engage the culture with the gospel.
In my studies at BGU, I met Jim Henderson in one of my classes. He has written an interesting book called Jim and Casper Go To Church. He is particularly interested in helping Christian to take ordinary attempts to reach “lost people.”
Last week on my way back from Indian Wells with my friend Len, we stopped for lunch in Redlands at Chipotle. In the parking lot we passed a homeless man pushing his grocery cart. He naturally asked us for money.
I received the shocking news that a tornado hit the community of Windsor, Colorado and destroyed the Windsor Community Church building earlier today.
Here’s a short video that emphasizes the perceptions that non-Christians have of Christians: [click here]
May 15 episode of “LOST” – Hurley walks into his home and is concerned that there might be a prowler inside. Before opening the back door, he reaches down and grabs a foot-tall statue of Jesus off the dresser and raises it over his head.
In a lunch conversation with my friend Steve Ogne a few weeks ago, he shared three observations about Multiplication Movements after his trip to India.
I was listening to a presentation by Bob Logan recently on developing leaders and coaches. He asked the question: “How many training events have you been to that missed the mark because they were irrelevant?”
This past Sunday, Dr. Mark Saucy (Professor of Theology at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, Califorinia)
I’ve been reading a great book on coaching for Christian leaders called Coaching for Christian Leaders. It’s very practical!