Church growth: it’s all about the pastor
Can I be brutally honest? When it comes to church attendance, nothing matters as much as the ability of the pastor to deliver good sermons. If a pastor is a good speaker the church grows. If he’s a bad speaker the church shrinks. Read More
Is father love welcome in the church?
Father love is like a vaccination: it causes momentary pain, but promotes long-term health. We hate to be on the receiving end of a needle, but we are better for it. Read More
Why men aren’t stepping up
Men just aren’t as important as they once were. Suddenly, society can get along quite well with just a handful of them. Read More
Why we call it “a personal relationship with Jesus”
Despite its extrabiblical roots, “personal relationship with Jesus Christ” has become the number one term Evangelicals use to describe the Christian walk. Why? Because it frames the gospel in terms of a woman’s deepest desire—a personal relationship with a man who loves her unconditionally. Read More
Can a man love God but hate churchgoing?
More than half of the committed Christian men I talk to, when asked, will tell me they do not like going to church. Read More