Can Evangelism Emerge From The Next Generation?

Can Evangelism Emerge From The Next Generation?

It’s time to stop expecting millennials to show apathy to the call of evangelism, and train them to rise up to the call.


As I sat in a room full of energetic, Christian millennials, our conversation quickly turned to the topic of reaching the community in fresh ways.

These passionate men and women were asking the question, “How can we engage with people who are far from God and invite them to ask questions about a relationship with Jesus?”

Are Young Evangelicals More Liberal Than Their Parents?

Are Young Evangelicals More Liberal Than Their Parents?

There is a common idea today that young evangelicals are liberating themselves from conservatism, but is that true?


The young, restless, and… liberal? Are younger evangelicals really more left-leaning than their parents? The easy answer is, “Of course they are! Look at how many of them are voting for pot legalization and driving those tiny cars!”

When The Church Becomes Complicit In Sin: Lessons On Preventing and Combatting Sexual Abuse

When The Church Becomes Complicit In Sin: Lessons On Preventing and Combatting Sexual Abuse

God wants those institutions that bear His name to be holy in the secret places. Only then are they truly His.


Just a month ago Elie Wiesel, survivor of Auschwitz and a voice for justice, died. His words remain: “Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.”

How Evangelism Can Be Woven Into All Parts Of An Academic Institution

How Evangelism Can Be Woven Into All Parts Of An Academic Institution

Evangelism should be a value that shapes all Christian academic institutions.


Dear Friends,

Saturday Is For Seminars: Gideons Gospel Impact Conference and Missio Nexus

Saturday Is For Seminars: Gideons Gospel Impact Conference and Missio Nexus

Join me at the Gideons Gospel Impact Conference and/or the Missio Nexus annual mission leaders conference.


It’s been a whirlwind of a week as the movers brought all of our things up to Wheaton and we are getting settled in. There’s a lot of change for us and I’d value your prayers during this time. Also, please pray for the events below and consider joining me at one of them if they are in your area!

Leadership Legacies: Why Character Trumps All

Leadership Legacies: Why Character Trumps All

Good leaders are known for leading, encouraging, and caring for those in their organization.


The Apostle Paul wrote,

Jesus on the Job: How Faith Mixes With Work, Part 2

Jesus on the Job: How Faith Mixes With Work, Part 2

It is past time to have a robust conversation around integrating faith and learning.


One of the keys to equipping people to see their work as a place where they can point people to Jesus and as a way to fulfill God’s call upon their lives is to begin early.

God in Our Midst

God in Our Midst

There is a pervasive consumerism in the church today.


99 Essential Doctrines Christians Should Know

99 Essential Doctrines Christians Should Know

Christianity wouldn't have its framework without these essential doctrines.


Inspiration of Scripture

Most Christians realize the inspiration of God’s word is an essential doctrine. J. Gresham Machen, pastor, professor and author of “Christianity and Liberalism,” expressed scripture as

Why You Should Use Stats in Ministry

Why You Should Use Stats in Ministry

Facts are our friends, and so are stats.


Those of you who know me know my tentative relationship with all things sports. But, with our move to Wheaton I wanted to approach our new home missionally, so, I took in a Chicago Cubs game.

It isn’t that I know nothing of sports; I just haven’t kept up much. Going to the see the Cubs play, I’m learning the players, balls, strikes, touchdowns, and the like.

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