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Update on Pastor Equipping Ministry: ‘Heat to Light: Guiding Your People Through Cultural Conflict to Spiritual Transformation’

It’s coming together in ways I never expected, and that’s a good thing. If you’ve been following me here on the blog or the podcast, you may be wondering exactly what it’s going to look like, and when it begins ...
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Apologists and Pastors Connecting for Ministry: Stories of How You Can Do It

(Hear more of the story at the Thinking Christian podcast.) Apologists need to connect with pastors, and vice versa. We need each other. Pastors need the best possible understanding of changes in our culture, which apologists are uniquely equipped to ...
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RELEASED TODAY ON KINDLE! Too Good to be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His Reality

It came a day or two earlier than I expected, so I’m scrambling to catch up — but I’m very excited to announce the release at last on Kindle — of Too Good to be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character ...
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Apologists and Pastors, Here’s How We Can Finally Work Together (And We’d Better Get To It!)

I met a pastor from my home town at a conference a couple years ago, actually a pastors’ pastor, who ministered to dozens of others in our area. I was grateful when he agreed to meet for lunch. As we ...
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Pastor, Your Job Is About Cross-Cultural Missions Now. Could You Use Some Help?

Listen to the Thinking Christian podcast on this topic! Dorothy’s line was prescient: “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” Today you could almost say Kansas itself isn’t in Kansas anymore, as if the whole world got ...
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