More than perhaps anything else, who we listen to will determine the trajectory of our ministry. If we listen to godly, wise, smart people who have our best interest and that of the Kingdom at heart, it will leaven our lives and ministries. If we listen to other kinds of people, we can expect a world of trouble.
Here’s what’s on my mind this Friday: Every now and then I like to remind readers the views expressed in this stream are both mine alone, and written in a free-flow format. This is not a carefully redacted piece of journalism–it’s literally a stream of consciousness, hence the name. I’ve got some strong opinions this […]
Here’s what’s on my mind this morning: One way you can tell a religious movement or church that is doomed: when confronted with decline, they don’t seek people who have “done it well” for a long time and consider real change. Instead, they find churches, theologians, etc. that allow them to remain the same to […]