How to Embrace Holy Interruptions

Those of us who have grown up in the evangelical church have learned, whether directly or indirectly, that “real” ministry requires significant sacrifice. For some reason, we seem convinced that the work of the Great Commission should only occur beyond the borders of the United States. Yet, there are people … Read More

Discipleship Requires Boundaries

In my latest bible study, Embracing Holy Interruptions I structure the chapters based on the five thresholds a postmodern skeptic must pass in order to develop their own faith in God. This is a vital step whether someone has grown up around religious institutions or is completely lacking in spiritual … Read More

Introducing Embracing Holy Interruptions

A 2020 report reveals that Generation Z values discipleship. 85% of surveyed students who have two to four adult mentors and 91% of those who have five or more adult mentors reported their life has meaning and purpose. The more mentors someone has, the more meaning they believe their life … Read More

The Leadership of Joshua

I’m writing over at The Glorious Table today. Here’s a Preview: Joshua was Moses’s loyal assistant for most of the years the Israelites wandered in the wilderness. Joshua was a firsthand witness to the special relationship between Moses and God. He saw Moses at his best as well as in … Read More