Join Me at Dignity & Delight Marriage Conference (April 26-27)

So many marriage resources seem to focus on how to deal with the sinner we sleep next to every night. What if the purpose of Christian marriage isn't merely learning how to cope with someone else's sins? What if we began to reorient our focus--choosing to delight in what God delights in? What if delighting … Continue reading Join Me at Dignity & Delight Marriage Conference (April 26-27)

Articles at 9Marks, Southern Equip, and Think Christian!

It's been a busy week! I've got posts up at three different platforms online: 9 Marks, Southern Equip, and Think Christian. Whether a church member, a pastor, or a music aficionado, you'll find something for you. Below you'll find links to articles on rediscovering the "service" in our worship service, the therapeutic nature of expository … Continue reading Articles at 9Marks, Southern Equip, and Think Christian!

George Liele: The Church As Global Witness

(This is the first installment of Missionary Heroes, releasing later this year) In 1775, a young ordained Black preacher crossed the Georgia border into Aiken County, SC, proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ. On a plantation called Silver Bluff, a small group of slaves gathered regularly to hear the Word preached. It was the first … Continue reading George Liele: The Church As Global Witness

Why Many SBC Churches Are Still Ripe for Abuse

By now, I'm sure many of you have read or at least heard about the expansive report from the Houston Chronicle about systemic abuse among Southern Baptist churches, a report which will continue to unfold in all its wicked, heart-breaking sorrow in parts 2 and 3. This morning, Beth Moore started a thread of women … Continue reading Why Many SBC Churches Are Still Ripe for Abuse