Part 3: Megachurches, like huge ships, project an appearance of stability, but it is precisely this quality that make them vulnerable to disaster.
“Community is the place where the person you least want to live with always lives.”
PART 2: Mega cruise ships and megachurches are both seeking relevance, but at what price?
PART 1: What the history of passenger shipping can tell us about the megachurch phenomenon.
Ultimately it’s asking the right question that determines success or failure, not the outcome.
Instead of life over, under, or even for God, the Millennial generation should pursue life with God.
In 1970, Walter Mischel conducted a now classic experiment. He left four-year-olds in a room with a bell and a marshmallow. If the child…
Since the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California’s Proposition 8 last week, it seems everyone with a keyboard…
Back in 2005 I wrote a series of posts when I discovered the Disney Company was trying to market their Narnia films through pulpits….
This post is from my keynote address at the Wilberforce Weekend hosted by The Chuck Colson Center in Washington DC on April 26. My…