October 4, 2016

Find out why discipleship isn’t working today. That’s what I explore in my eBook, Discipleship in Crisis. You can’t buy the book. There’s only one way to get it — by subscribing to my Patheos blog below. Read more

January 14, 2020

I’d like to invite all authors — aspiring and actual — to our annual SCRIBE live training. It’s in April of this year – 2020. This is NOT an event you can afford to miss. It’s changed the game for scores of authors. It covers everything you can think of, not by theorists or people who have written just one or two books. But by a New York Times Bestselling author and a Wall Street Journal Bestselling author of multiple… Read more

January 10, 2020

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January 1, 2020

The Bible makes clear that this present age is evil, that the world system is headed up by Satan, and that God will judge the world system in the end. Read more

December 22, 2019

We live in a day when what sells best in the Christian world are books, sermons, and television programs that are aimed directly at you — This Is Your Day, You Are the Reason for the Season, Become a Better You, It’s Your Time, and similar titles orbiting around the Youniverse. It’s time to take all the arrows that point to you and bend them back to our Lord. Behold the ill-starred Nazarene who went about “doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil.” Behold the artisan from Galilee,… Read more

December 11, 2019

Originally Posted June 17, 2009 Recently, a friend of mine encouraged me to get into talk radio. So I tried. Once and only once. Never before, never again. It was a first-class disaster. This isn’t the whole show, but it’s the first phone call I got that night. . . and the last. Click the link below and listen to the hot-boiling phone call from a disgruntled caller. It’s less than 4 minutes long. That was the call that shattered… Read more

December 10, 2019

Here’s a recent email I received by someone who is in his early 30s that sparked the idea for this blog post: “Frank, just want you to know that your podcast is changing my life. I’ve binged on all 100+ episodes and they are amazing! I love the variety, the humor, and the different types of music in the beginning. My only regret is that I wish I would have known about it several years ago when I was going… Read more

November 29, 2019

I was speaking to a friend awhile ago. He was telling me that many Christian conference hosts, who also happen to be speakers, intentionally don’t invite certain speakers to speak at their conferences out of jealousy. To put it in a sentence: They don’t wish to be upstaged. He used an illustration involving the rock band U2. Suppose that U2 invited a certain band to open for them. But that band ended up being more gifted, more talented, and received… Read more

November 17, 2019

Many of you requested that we make all the new songs I’ve featured on this blog into an “album” so you can play them all in your automobile or iPod. Well, I’ve done just that. The 86th episode of the podcast features 7 new songs one after the other. iTunes Subscribe Podbean (Stream) RSS Feed Read more

November 9, 2019

If God has anointed you with a significant ministry, at some point in your life, you will have someone who is obsessed with destroying your life and your work. The testimony of church history witnesses to this. Some in the religious establishment were consumed with killing Jesus, and they eventually did. Paul of Tarsus had some who were so obsessed with him that they took a vow to fast food until he was dead. The next morning some Jews formed… Read more

October 31, 2019

Martin Luther is credited with spawning the Protestant Reformation in Germany. There’s no doubt he was one of the main movers and shakers. Perhaps the top dog in that arena. But the forceful mind behind the Reformation wasn’t Luther. It was his Philip Melanchthon. And without him, there would be no Reformation. Not as we know it, anyway. Luther was bombastic and passionate, using giant brush strokes to create his images. Melanchthon, on the other hand, painted details using an… Read more




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