Do church leaders really love us, or do they want to use us? Plus, the gap between what’s preached and what’s heard.
The evidence is mounting that consumer brands are becoming religions.
How pop Christianity’s inability to say “I don’t know” is keeping us from experiencing God.
Everything changes when I recognize it’s God’s table and not mine.
The glamor of the mega-ministry and its ability to offer greater choices appears to be fading—at least in some regions. But is this shift anything more than a reflection of social trends?
Skye’s interview on Faith Radio about getting the church right for the next generation.
In less than a century Christians have gone from opposing over-consumption at Christmas to demanding it be done in Christ’s name alone.
Why the selfish consumer gospel of our culture & the “radical” mission gospel the church both miss the real message of Christ.
The recent downfall of another leader is a symptom of an underlying malady in American evangelicalism—the triumph of business standards over biblical ones.
“Community is the place where the person you least want to live with always lives.”