Browsing All posts tagged under »emerging«


February 6, 2013 by


It’s a given that the Christian Church is fragmented. But one thing we should not be is divided. That may seem obtuse so let me clarify this… In 1 Corinthians Paul addresses some division that was happening among the Church in the city of Corinth. This specific instance was that people were identifying with specific […]

||the weight of worship||

July 11, 2009 by


At the Gospel Coalition this year John Piper and D.A. Carson gave partner talks on the pastor as scholar and the scholar as pastor. Afterwards they did a Q&A together. here is the link to that Q&A They spend some time talking about their concerns for the Church in the upcoming years, and the one […]

| The early Church Model |

September 20, 2008 by


Some have idealized the early church as the ultimate model of the church. Others look at it and say that it was the very first form of church and way more problems than it had successes. I see it as a model of church for the time that they lived in. the culture was pagan […]

Things that have |changed| my life

March 23, 2008 by


As I have struggled through this amazing journey called being a Christian I have found an unquenchable thirst for something to spontaneously change my life, something to awaken a spirit of passion and unrivaled loyalty deep in my chest. Here’s what I’ve found. Conferences – The typical “mountaintop” experience. In high school there was a […]

Friendly Evangelism

January 30, 2008 by


The statement has been made of late that we should build relationships with people before we begin the dialogue of salvation (this is a summery of a lot of different books articles and conversations) Some would say that we would be softening the gospel by doing this. I would say that it actually does the […]