Monthly Archives: May 2013

Getting from the Pastoral to the Personal


Yep kids, it’s time for another layman’s review of the scholarly…. That said, the book does a fine job of addressing the content, as well as some of the lesser-known exegetical points, of the apostle Paul’s letters in one pretty … Continue reading

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Feelings Are Not Faithfulness


Just a brief word today, but God gave it to me a month ago and I’ve found it really helpful, so I’m passing it on. I’m not sure how it may play out in your life specifically, but I suspect … Continue reading

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A Groundwork for the Gospel


And speaking of 1-on-1 discipleship…. Here’s a resource all you disciplers can utilize to help new Christians begin to more fully understand the Gospel, and to help themĀ begin to more deeply pursue a relationship with Jesus…. Edward Michael Gross. Authentic … Continue reading

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In Defense of 1-on-1 Discipleship


A couple very different conversations this week got me thinking about this issue even more than I usually do…. In fact, this might be equally titled “In Self-Defense of Being a 1-on-1 Discipler”… šŸ™‚ First, the backdrop: It seems like … Continue reading

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You Can Have More of God… If You Want Him


It was this time last year that I first discovered R.T. Kendall, and I’ve dove in since. This book, pulled from Kendall’s final sermons at Westminster Chapel more than a decade ago, isn’t as immediately compelling as last year’s Unashamed … Continue reading

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The Past, the Present, and the Future of Laying It Down…


(or, Who IS this guy?) Now, for the full version (and again, apologies to subscribers for having published the last version prematurely)…. Hopefully, it’s no big secret that I’ve recently put out a new book, Lay It Down: A Journey … Continue reading

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