Should Churches be Trigger-Free Safe Zones?

By Tim Wright on September 16, 2016

Something strange is happening at America’s colleges and universities. A movement is arising, undirected and driven largely by students, to scrub campuses clean of words, ideas, and subjects that might cause discomfort or give offense.  So begins an article in…

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The Utter Recklessness of Grace: You Won’t Believe Who Are the Objects of God’s Favor!

By Tim Wright on August 19, 2016

When we hear or read the word grace, different images come to mind: A girl we know from school The elegance of movement A word of prayer Handling pressure with dignity A kindness bestowed on another A free period or…

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Are Christians Really Called to Make Jesus Famous?

By Tim Wright on May 31, 2016

I recently started reading a book where the author claims that part of the call of the Church is to make Jesus famous. This on the heels of a strategic planning session our congregation is going to through in part…

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If Grace is Amazing…Why Do Christians Often Make it So Condemning?

By Tim Wright on February 5, 2016

I recently had a chance to interview Legendary singer B. J. Thomas (Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head; Hooked on a Feeling; Another Done Somebody Wrong Song; As Long as We’ve Got Each Other—the Theme from Growing Pains.) BJ and…

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Why Church Matters to Your Kids—Part 4: Reason #3 is…

By Tim Wright on May 8, 2015

If Jesus matters to us, then what matters to Jesus will matter to us. If it matters to us that Jesus matters to our kids, then what matters to Jesus will matter to our kids. The Church matters to Jesus…

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The Imperative for Brain-Washing our Kids

By Tim Wright on September 9, 2014

I’ve been a pastor for over 30 years. For the last 9 years a part of my focus has been on the challenges boys face in the 21st Century, and the challenge churches face in keeping boys engaged. 70-90% of…

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The Self-Esteem Obesity Epidemic

By Tim Wright on January 14, 2014

My kids grew up in the era of the self-esteem movement: that era when, no matter what my kids did, good or bad, they were patted on the back or given an award simply for trying…or being…or showing up…It was/is…

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