Before you shoot me, I’m simply concerned that too many churches are using Sunday mornings as the centerpiece for outreach. And I’m not arguing that we should shut down Sunday morning worship gatherings, for crying out loud. What I am arguing for, however, is a radical rewiring of discipleship that challenges saints, the called out ones, to live out their faith in their respective spheres … Continue reading Is Sunday Morning All That Important?
I had planned to continue with some more thoughts on John’s Prologue (John 1:1-18) but in light of the Christmas season celebrating the birth of the Savior, I wanted to tie that theme in with what John reveals to us about Jesus’ coming. When John writes that “the Word became flesh and dwelt among us,” do we really understand what that means? What images come … Continue reading Incarnate Christ Series Part 2: Advent
It Starts With Jesus Understanding who Christ is matters not only to the life of the believer but also to that of the nonbeliever. The Prologue in the gospel of John captures the essence of who Jesus is and serves as the foundation of what I personally believe makes a follower of Jesus Christ a most powerful and equipped ambassador of the Savior. 1 In … Continue reading Incarnate Christ Series Part 1: It Starts With Jesus
I’ve decided to shut down the Incarnate blog simply because my schedule is too crazy for me to remember to post there. Besides, what I’d say there about the Church I could easily say here. Besides, I can barely manage one blog, lol! Continue reading Multi-tasker, Not Multi-Blogger