Evolving Evangelicalism (part 13): Beyond the Culture War (Bad Curriculum + Leadership Gap)

This is the conclusion of the “Evolving Evangelicalism” series. You may remember a video where I invited people to contribute their stories to help make my case. I plan to make this available as an ebook in the near future. For now, you can read the rest of the series here. ————————————————————————————— Evolving Evangelicalism: Inviting [Read More...]

Should Kids Join their Parents in Church Services or Go to “Childrens’ Church”?

*A Guest Post: Evelyn Sweerts is a mother of four and part-time Theology for Ministry student living semi-rurally in Luxembourg. We’re out for a family meal in our local Italian restaurant. A mixed-age group comes in. The adults sit down at one end of the table to talk; the kids whip out their PSPs and [Read More...]

A fresh expression of biblical art: the old and new project

Over the past couple of years I’ve enjoyed interacting with Jim Lepage about faith, media, and art.  He and Troy DeShano just launched a new collaborative Bible design project called The Old & New Project. They have an amazing roster of international illustrators, artists and designers from all different faith perspectives contributing biblical artwork for [Read More...]

“Does once saved always saved apply even though he became an atheist?”

I stand at the graveside of a young student. Fifteen years old. Dead in an instant. Skateboarding on a foggy night and a car that never even saw a faint shadow, until it was too late. I don’t know what I’m supposed to feel. I’ve met this kid only one time and he attended youth [Read More...]