Category Archives: Studies

Cool Tools

As I recently explained in my Hermeneutics class, there are “tools” and then “Cool Tools”. If you get your hands on the Cool Tools, reading God’s Word becomes infinitely more exciting. People think the Bible is boring only because Google and Facebook turned reading into a mind-numbing, button-pushing, exercise in futility—the Bible has no “likes” […] Continue reading

Posted in Studies | Comments Off on Cool Tools

The Babylonian Captivity of the Church

Church Membership continues to inflict a horrific cost on the Christian faith. What’s the use?

Continue reading

Posted in church history, Studies | Comments Off on The Babylonian Captivity of the Church

Imparting Outlaw Faith – training in spiritual warfare

Ravenous wolves oppose the emancipation of humanity, so how do we impart a fighting spirit into new generations of Jesus People?

Continue reading

Posted in discipleship, OCD, Outlaw Faith, spiritual warfare, Studies | Comments Off on Imparting Outlaw Faith – training in spiritual warfare

Risk-n-Rest – Understanding "God’s Rest" in Hebrews

The Christian life really should be called “Risk-n-Rest”. It may sound odd, but it was evident at our FST retreat.

Continue reading

Posted in Studies | Comments Off on Risk-n-Rest – Understanding "God’s Rest" in Hebrews