AR and the future of disciple making

By David Murrow on July 12, 2016

Pokémon Go is a silly little game that has become one of the most popular pastimes on planet earth in less than a week. I’m not all that excited about the game — but I am intrigued by the technology behind it, and its potential to train disciples.

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Andy Stanley’s real errors

By David Murrow on March 10, 2016

To his credit, Stanley quickly apologized for disparaging small churches. But his comment was based on two other questionable assumptions.

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Youth group: why not put the boys in charge?

By David Murrow on February 29, 2016

Why did these boys come week after week? Not because of my superior leadership skills. I’m sure of that – because I wasn’t leading.

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Removing barriers that keep young men out of church

By David Murrow on December 22, 2015

If we want more men in church 20 years from now we must start today – by rethinking how we raise boys in the faith.

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How the sexual purity movement drives young men from church

By David Murrow on December 14, 2015

Guys want frank, biblical teaching when it comes to sex and relationships. They don’t want “the yeast of the Pharisees.”

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Comedy: the key to reaching young men?

By David Murrow on July 27, 2015

Prediction: the next Billy Graham will be a comedian.

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Why gay is suddenly OK

By David Murrow on July 3, 2015

Why have most civilizations been hostile toward homosexuality? Why does the Bible call it “an abomination?” Why is the modern world suddenly accepting this long forbidden practice? And what impact will this have on the church and its men?

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Is self-esteem wrecking church attendance?

By David Murrow on February 24, 2015

A generation bathed in self-esteem is having a hard time integrating into institutional Christianity.

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Why we blame institutions (including church) for everything

By David Murrow on December 23, 2014

In the past fifty years our collective understanding of liability has changed radically. We used to blame individuals when things went bad – now we blame institutions. And that has serious implications for the church – because, whether we like it or not, the church is one of Western civilization’s bedrock institutions.

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Archery-based church targets men

By David Murrow on December 16, 2014

What happens when you put an archery range inside an abandoned grocery store and call it a church?

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