Millennials are incredibly diverse — so how can the church adapt to engage this generation?
The son of a gay dad and lesbian mom on how to think about LGBT people at our churches.
Here’s how to be missional: move “into the neighborhood,” stay there, and care for the people.
Reports of churches declining and Nones growing are actually a case of mistaken identity.
Megachurches are just as busted and fumbling as the rest of us — it’s why I love them.
Modern distinctions between happiness and joy are counterintuitive — and unbiblical.
If churches advertised fewer programs and more of Jesus, maybe Millennials would stick around.
We miss out when we read Paul’s letter to the Romans from our own worldview.
Collaboration originates from communion and reveals some of the mystery of death and resurrection.
Seeing God as the Divine Disco Ball saved me from the spiritual crisis of my twenties.
What if we found meaning in all of our reality (including suffering) that is in need of redemption?
“Do you feel called to this church?” is the wrong question to ask. Try these instead.
A wife can’t be her husband’s accountability partner, but she can be supportive.
Our sexuality does not compete with our spirituality — it completes it.
Christian leaders must learn to use — but not abuse — their power.
The next Christian witness will look more like the “unchurched” than the “churched.”
Three reasons Bible engagement is down — and three ways we can change that.
It is time for the church to question form while remaining true to function.
Do I let my aging congregation be the church or do I try to change it?