Tuesday, July 26, 2016

On the Net: "Multiplicative Discipleship" and More

Multiplicative Discipleship

Whenever we only seek to train a single generation, we have missed the point of discipleship. By nature, discipleship should be multiplicative. We are at our best when we are disciple-makers making disciple-makers. Here are eight ideas that will help you lead your church toward multiplicative discipleship. Read More

Listen in as Four Theologians Discuss the Trinity Debate

In today’s blog post Fred Zaspel interviews four outstanding theologians on the question for our Books At a Glance listeners. Listen Now

10 Things You Should Know about Thomas Aquinius

We Protestants often fail to take note of the unique and sometimes profitable contributions of Roman Catholic theologians of the past. So today we look at 10 things we should know about Thomas Aquinas. Read More

14 Things Leaders Tend to Forget

My experience is that even the best leaders tend to be forgetful at times. Usually, though, we talk about forgetting appointments or assignments or commitments – not so much these simple realities that many leaders I know (including me) forget too readily. Read More

8 Time Drainers for Pastors and Staff

“What if I told you I could help you get 10 or more hours of your week back?” Read More

10 Ways To Create More Margin in Your Time

HOw do you creat more margin in your schedule – to do the things you want to do and the things you need to do? Read More

5 Reasons I Can’t Stay Away from Student Ministry

This summer has shown me that I can’t stay away from student ministry. Read More

Summer 2016 Issue of Oak Hill College's Commentary Online

The latest issue of Commentary "focuses on the impact of change, good and bad, on our times, our society and institutions, and on ourselves." Read Online or Download
Mike Ovey has a great article on the preaching relationship (pp.22-26) in this issue.
Massive lead for Trump over Clinton among white evangelicals

A poll released yesterday shows seven out of 10 white evangelicals have decided to vote for Donald Trump in the American presidential election. Read More
"The polling data does not distinguish between churchgoing evangelicals, who are less likely to vote for Trump, and others."
Why Max Lucado Broke His Political Silence for Trump

In the face of a candidate’s antics, ‘America’s Pastor’ speaks out. Read More

Many thousands of displaced children in Nigeria on brink of starvation

Hundreds of thousands of children in north-eastern Nigeria are facing starvation because of the ravages of the terror group Boko Haram. Many will die if they are not helped soon, according to aid agencies on the ground. Read More

Japan: Church commemorating 26 crucified Christians may become UNESCO World Heritage Site

The oldest church in Japan, built in honour of the 26 martyred Christians crucified in 1597, has been nominated as a World Heritage Site. Read More

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