The room darkened. We settled back in our theater seats. My heart was glad, knowing it was my kids’ first time in a planetarium. (I’m also a nerd.) And the domed ceiling gave way to a tapestry of stars.
If my first book attempted to answer the question, “What is the Gospel and how do we share it today?” then Real Life: A Christianity Worth Living Out asks the follow-up question, “Once someone begins to follow Jesus, then what?”
John Wesley: “I was more convinced than ever that the preaching like an apostle, without joining together those that are awakened and training them up in the ways of God, is only begetting children for the murderer.”