Ten Years of Entrapment In An Emergent Experiment

I’ve seen a lot of dynamics in the Church in the 29 years that I have been doing my best to follow Christ:  the tail end of the Charismatic Renewal, the explosion of the Vineyard Movement, seeker sensitivity, laughing revivals, purpose driven, G12, free market small groups, Alpha, etc. etc. etc. This week, a conversation … More Ten Years of Entrapment In An Emergent Experiment

Going Home for the Holidays? Some Helpful Tips…

It’s that time of year as we get ready for the gauntlet of holidays.  College students are scurrying trying to get last minute things done for classes before heading home.  One of the biggest problems we hear about after the holidays is tension with family members, particularly the parents. Spend time with them.  Too often, … More Going Home for the Holidays? Some Helpful Tips…

Open Door to the World in the Cornfields: Loving Internationals

There is never a boring moment on a college campus.  Ideologies, diversity of expressions, clothing, music, dancing, even people; from so many cities, parts of America, and overseas.  I believe the Church has an amazing opportunity that too often is taken for granted…that of ministry to the multitudes of international guests on our college campuses.  … More Open Door to the World in the Cornfields: Loving Internationals