What can youth workers and other thoughtful Christians learn from the controversy surrounding The Word According to GenZ? Why was it cancelled, and was that a good decision?
Did Paul teach a different gospel to Gentiles and Jews? Obviously not, but then, why was his ministry so different towards them?
“Saul was ashamed of his past, so he changed his name to Paul because Jesus gave him a new beginning.” When it comes to the Apostle Paul’s name-change, this is the explanation I’ve heard many times. God did give… Continue Reading →
When you have a mission to accomplish, which matters more: form or function?
Which best describes your teaching… Milk, Meat, or Soda? As youth pastors. We are often tasked with feeding our “sheep” milk. We often minister to nonChristian teens, to students who are new believers, and to those who are doubting their… Continue Reading →
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