Tag: Wheaton College

Confronting the Challenges of Leading Evangelism

Overcoming the perception that evangelism is only for the “professionals.”

The 3 Phases of Church-Planting Churches

Where is your church on this progression toward being a church-planting church?

How We Can Empower and Multiply Disciples

We need to de-emphasize the clergy and refocus on equipping disciples of Christ.

How to Have Conversations About Diversity As a White Male

I’m a white male who teaches at a prestigious college. There’s much to unpack in that sentence, but it’s certainly a position of cultural power. As...

Right-Sizing Our Expectations

When we start from a place of shared perspective and fervency, we can better refocus on our core mission: to show and share the Good News of Jesus with a world in need.

John Dickson: The Power of Persuasion in a Post-Christian Nation

Speak to the culture like you're in Athens, not in Jerusalem, and expect to be scoffed at and smile sweetly back, and expect some to give us another hearing, and others to believe.

Hannah Stolze: Loving Your Neighbor Through Your Business

We have a really unique opportunity in workspaces to demonstrate the love of God, invite conversation, build relationship and really be strategic in terms of how we reach the lost and how we demonstrate God's love for all of creation and show up in ways that reflect that.

How to Build a Church-Planting Culture at Your Church

Here are the keys to planting churches in healthy ways.