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Discipling Skeptics and Seekers

Discipling Skeptics and Seekers

Beau Crosetto — fellow InterVarsity staffworker, fellow church planter, and blogger at Release the APE — and I wrote a free eBook on evangelism for the Exponential network. It was Beau’s initial idea, and he persuaded me to join the project. And over the past…

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Designed to share

Are we wired to share with others? This video examines the human desire to share our lives with others.

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Life after death

Is this life preparing us for the next? This video by Explore God examines how our decisions in life not only reflect our character but also our life after death.

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Just get out of the way

Just get out of the way

I’m excited about the role of listening prayer with people who have yet to follow Jesus. I have a hunch that God speaks to all people, not just to people who put the label “Christian” on their lives.

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Do women have an elevated standing in the Christian community?

Do women have an elevated standing in the Christian community?

This post was written for Release the APE a month ago, and it was the #3 post of the year. If you’re interested, you can see what the top five were for 2013 here. few weekends ago, I spoke at a conference titled “Renewing Gender…

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The difference between science and religion

What’s keeping me posting are the videos that Explore God keeps producing, and I’m floored by what they can pull together from an unscripted, hour-long interview. Here’s something they put together from thoughts I had on science and religion, and I hope you find it helpful.

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Why does God allow pain and suffering?

In this video by the Curiosity Collective which “brings together thought leaders, subject matter experts, pastors, and theologians to explore these questions,” we cover the question: why does God allow pain and suffering?

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A stupid prayer

A stupid prayer

I prayed a stupid prayer a year ago.

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Does God speak to us?

When the folks at Explore God asked me to come down to Texas for an interview, I jumped at the chance.

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Mother’s Day Revisited

Mother’s Day Revisited

Mother’s Day often reminds me of sentimentalities like carnations, brunches, and heart-shaped chocolate. But did you know that the day is rooted in faith and justice?

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