The evangelism or social justice question will never be solved without regaining a theology of vocation.
Is social justice part of the gospel or just an implication of it? John Stott’s wisdom on the debate.
How pop Christianity’s inability to say “I don’t know” is keeping us from experiencing God.
The uniquely Christian vision of a trinitarian God, and why it makes all the difference in the world.
“I find Skye’s book marvelously sane and wise, and I highly recommend it.”
When we evaluate everything based on its missional efficiency, are we adopting Soviet-style utilitarianism in the name of Christ?
Redeeming a theology of vocation requires a renewed theology of rest.
Followers of Christ, perhaps more than any others, should advocate that all people be free to believe, worship, think, and preach without fear of persecution.
For years I served as a teaching pastor at my church, but then left the pastoral team to pursue a calling outside the institutional…
*NOTE: This message was delivered at the Q Cities conference in Denver on September 27, 2012. My actual comments may have been slightly different…