What Will Discipleship at Home Look Like After COVID-19?

A few months ago, I wrote a post about the opportunity to create a new normal, to lean into time with family, and to take advantage of the time we are given. Now there are a few new questions on the horizon that I think we need to consider before we get sideswiped when we weren’t looking.

Teaching Our Kids to Look to the Gospel in the Midst of Hate

The unrest, hate, and division we see in our world is cry for help. It’s a cry for hope. But there is no legislation, no erasure of history, or admittance of privilege that will satisfy our culture’s longing for goodness, truth, and beauty. Only the Gospel can do that.

Disciple Making 101: 4 Key Practices To Start Today

It is my aim to talk about the Word every chance we get, encourage my kids to read—even if they don’t fully understand—ask questions and pursue more than just knowledge of the Word but of the Word Himself.

5 Things The Church Can Learn From Kanye (And Other High Profile Christians)

I know what you’re thinking: “wow, this guy is late to the party. This Kanye thing was last month.” And you would be right. I am a little late to the party. But hang in there with me for a minute.

3 Forgotten Questions About Following Jesus Youth Leaders Must Be Willing to Ask Students

What we are committed speaks to what we desire. Commitment takes us beyond just want we know, but into our deepest needs—as necessary as food and water. Commitment reveals what we love most and what we love most, we worship.

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