J.T. English helps churches think about how to establish environments and relationships where people can be trained, grow, and be sent as disciples.
Jen Pollock Michel talks about her book A Habit Called Faith, and how we can use habits to awaken and deepen our faith.
With endless information at our fingertips, we need to develop healthy digital habits using tools like The Wisdom Pyramid.
We want to read the Bible, but we sometimes feel stuck. In this episode, Nate Pickowicz recounts his own struggle to read Scripture, and describes how we can eat the Bible and enjoy it. Key Ideas We’re always going to face resistance to reading the Bible. The enemy of...
Trevin Wax joins me in our first episode to discuss his book Eschatological Discipleship, and why it’s important to work out what it means to follow Jesus in our time.
Introducing a new podcast on discipleship, starting February 8
If you want to grow spiritually, the most important action you can take is to regularly read your Bible.
If you are a pastor longing for more than the programmatic church, Future Church will stimulate your thinking and lead you to refocus on your calling.
Small Batch Discipleship offers a clear plan for how we can grow and invite others to join us.
The best way to grow is to move away from individualism toward growth within a good local church.
Jesus invites us to come to him and to find in him the rest and freedom we need.
If you’re growing, it’s probably not too soon for you to help others to grow.
Look for ways to reinvigorate your Bible reading. The payoff will be great for you and others around you.
We need to recapture a view of spirituality that sees us as whole beings rightly oriented to God.
The Imperfect Disciple focuses on Jesus and provides practical help for people who struggle. Sounds perfect to me.