If you’re on social media for any length of time, you inevitably come across a Christian marketing expert promising that he can help your church grow by using Facebook ads, websites with “plan your visit” buttons, canned sermon outlines, strategies to make your church lobby attractive, and more. Alongside of marketing, there are others whoContinue reading Is God Done with the American Church?
Please join us as we begin 40 days of prayer with our friends at GACX. As we begin a new decade, we face a world increasingly in turmoil. Whether its the threat of persecution or suppressed religious freedom, we recognize the tremendous need for us to come before the throne of God and seek Him.Continue reading 40 Days of Prayer
When I was in my second year at Texas A&M University, our architectural design class took on a project to work with a local vineyard on a design for a new facility outside of College Station. As we began the design process, we had the vinter make a presentation on the science of winemaking. WeContinue reading Leadership and Wine Tasting
An aphorism attributed to the first century BC Roman orator, Marcus Cicero, goes like this, “Not to know what has been transacted in former times is to be always a child. If no use is made of the labors of past ages, the world must remain always in the infancy of knowledge.” During his time, theContinue reading How the politics of Jesus informs the politics of the 21st century church
The reaction to Mark Galli’s editorial in Christianity Today reveals how polarized the current political climate is in the United States. Some question his motives and others wonder what has taken so long. There are as many loud evangelical voices of dissent as there are of support for Galli’s call for President Trump’s removal from office. TheContinue reading The End of Evangelicalism