A Church Held Captive by the Word of God (Part 1)

The Predicament of Many Ministers Every minister I know would like to change some aspect of his church’s beliefs. Perhaps the congregation needs to become more missional and evangelistic. Or it needs to have a greater sense of the sovereignty of God. Maybe the congregation needs to understand the Biblical doctrine of grace and banish […]

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The Different Aspects of Deep Bible Teaching

For the last three years, I have worked full-time in campus ministry. Prior to that, I interned in a campus ministry for over two years, and I was involved in a campus ministry during my undergraduate years. So I am very familiar with the culture differences between older Christians and college students. There’s often a […]

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C. S. Lewis on Worship Innovations

Every minister and most church members have experienced one tension in worship. The tension is between member preferences. Some members want changes and innovations in worship; others enjoy the current worship and are opposed to any changes. In many churches and among younger Christians (remember: I work with college students), the default position is that […]

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