Jesus’ mission for the church is to make disciples who make disciples. But we can’t become a disciple making church just preaching about it or by just going through a small group curriculum on it. Rather, disciple making somehow needs to become the actual culture of our churches. Brandon Guindon, author of the recently released book Disciple Making […]
Is friendly dialogue over an open Bible a live option–or have the culture wars killed this possibility? If dialogue is possible, then how?
Randy Gariss was minister of Joplin’s College Heights Christian Church when a mile-wide F5 tornado mowed into Joplin. Randy calls the tornado the “worst thing I’ve ever gone through.” Yet, as you will hear in the interview, Randy has seen God bring great good out of even the bitterest of tragedies. Perhaps that’s why Randy […]
In 2011, another tornado mowed into Joplin, MO, where Randy Gariss ministered at College Heights Christian Church. As a mile-wide F5 tornado, there were 161 fatalities and 7,000 homes destroyed. Gariss grieved with his beloved city in their unspeakable tragedy. Yet, in this excerpt from a recent interview, you will hear Gariss reflects on the […]
We were never called to create consumers of church, but rather to make disciples of Jesus. What are some indicators that your church has become consumeristic? How does a church go from coddling its members to unleashing disciples? And what does revival look like in our time?
How can the church effectively reach and disciple Gen Z? Why are mental health issues on the rise? And, if you’re not a trained counselor, is it possible to truly help kids in crisis? These are the kinds of questions Dr. Zus answers in this interview.
Because ministry can be draining, it’s not uncommon for people to be a few years in church ministry only to say, “This isn’t worth it.” But ministry is worth it. And that’s why a minister’s health and wholeness are so important. This interview explores questions such as, How do you prioritize family and do effective […]
If you had the opportunity to sit down and talk with a world traveling disciple maker, what questions would you ask? As for me, I was curious about what lessons Douglas has gleaned for the American church from his time with churches around the world. And since he’s been at this for decades, I was […]
Is it possible to be a Bible-believing Christian and a believer in modern science at the same time? Listen to Dr. Richard Knopp of RoomforDoubt.com talk about the relationship between faith and science.
Leadership has gotten more complicated since our “line leader” days. Especially if you’re leading a Christian college in culturally confusing times. It takes a lot of convictional leadership and personal integrity to lead a college which manages to stay both successful and faithful. Matt Proctor is a father of six, a professor, and the president […]
Jon has preached hundreds of sermons, but I (Daniel) asked him, if he got one chance to preach one sermon to the American church at large, what would it be? Here’s his answer…
We become disappointed with ourselves when our Bible reading becomes stale, and what was once a solid habit gets eclipsed by distractions. Is there a way to find joy and motivation once again in reading God’s Word? Join Daniel McCoy as he interviews Jon Sherwood, author of A Light to My Path: 10 Commandments and […]