Tag Archives: Generations

Defining Authentic Christianity

The church, today, is at a critical place of transition. With a whole world of events playing into increasing distinctions between generations, there is a critical need for definition for biblical principles. Cultural values are inevitably lost from generation to generation. … Continue reading

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Soapbox: An Oak Among Birds

Since the dawn of the Information Age (aka the Digital Age), there has been a tremendous amount of progress as well as a careless disregard for where it would take us. The Bible gives us clear warnings that information, or … Continue reading

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Oh, How the Times Have Changed

Recently I was talking with a great friend of mine about the incredibly obvious barriers between older generations and the youth. My friend is a youth pastor who stands in the gap between these two distinct worlds. As our discussion … Continue reading

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UnChristian – Book Review

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After reading David Kinnaman’s Second book, You Lost Me, and loving it, I thought it would be good to go back and read his first book, UnChristian. After reading them both, I can honestly say that David Kinnaman is one of … Continue reading

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Who’s Your Church Targeting?

The beginning of the year is a good way to reevaluate practices and procedures and ask if what the church is doing is actually effective. One of things churches should consider is who they are targeting. It seems a shame … Continue reading

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