Bringing a friend to church as a means of evangelism is dead. It may work in something like 10% of cases. In other words, not often enough to rely upon old wineskins. The most impactful evangelism is America is happening when signs and wonders accompany expressions of love. People want to love God. ... Read more about The New Old Model of Evangelism
It's time for the Church, both individually and corporately, to step up to the plate. A couple years ago, I saw a picture in my imagination of Christians all across the Metroplex working shifts like EMTs, responding to car wrecks and other calamities, to lay hands on the injured and see them ... Read more about Calling Forth the Spirit-Filled EMTs
As most of you know, we've had a vision for the next phase for a while now. It involves a bigger house on some land, and becoming a community hub where families come together to eat, swap recipes and health tips, and like-minded people call on the name of the Lord in worship and prayer. ... Read more about What Do You Do When God’s Answer is Delayed?
This is a common discussion I find myself in whenever I meet a radical science proponent who believes faith has nothing to do with science. I just had this dialogue via IM, so I thought I'd share with you as an example. DD: tell me how you know they're (scientists) telling the truth. and you won't ... Read more about The Idea that Scientists Aren’t Influenced By Faith
I was listening today to one of John Paul Jackson's Fireside Chats and heard the briefest mention of a prophetic vision George Washington had. Yes, THAT George Washington. As in 1st President of the United States, face on the one dollar bill, and the man who apparently had an angelic encounter ... Read more about Did You Know that George Washington Had a Prophetic Vision?