He addresses 3 pointed questions: What is happening? What is not happening? What can we do about it?
Page 50 of 79
Could this be the answer churches are looking for?
We can accomplish profound change in cities by strategically addressing today's urban issues in the spirit of unity and community.
Is it a burden or a blessing?
"I recently saw a church advertising they were having a Zombie Run. Seriously?"
"I could hear the shock and pain in his voice. He could not believe what he had just seen at a birthday party for a pastor's wife."
This is the one book that changes everything.
Is this really happening?
The most important thing the church can do to protect religious liberty and freedom of conscience is to hold to the gospel itself.
The scales of the good and bad appear to be somewhat balanced in today's society.
It's tempting for many to believe what the world is saying about the Christian church, especially in these specific areas. Here's why discernment for the believer is crucial.
"Please tell me that true Christianity calls for genuine repentance of all sin, including homosexuality."
The recent Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage will only bring further judgment upon America.
The Tower of Babel, George Washington and other Founding Fathers all warned of a world government.
Watch this if you're trying to sort out the cultural minefield.
What will you do now? How will you respond?
Darwin Hobbs and 200 other men appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show in 2010 to tell about their tragic history of sexual abuse. On the show, Hobbs shared his own molestation experience and asserted that sexual abuse "kills the spirit of a child."
A wave of watered-down and milquetoast "Churchianity" has flooded the church world.
People aren't saying they don't believe in God. They're saying they don't believe in religion. They are not rejecting Christ. They are rejecting the church. This begs the question, "Why are we losing our religion?"