Should Christians feel guilty about their sports allegiances? Does our love for our favorite teams hurt our walk with Christ? I asked Dr. David Prince, professor of Christian preaching at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, pastor of Ashland Avenue Baptist Church in Lexington, Ky and frequent contributor to ERLC.com.
Praising God when everything is going well–that’s one thing. But what about praising God, or even finding God, when life gets dark. Let’s face it, if you’ve lived long enough you’ll experience seasons of crushing, hopeless despair and wonder where God is in the midst of it. That’s why I’m glad to see AJ. Swoboda’s […]
Listen to this week’s episode of The Way Home I am very excited about today’s interview with my friend Brian Ivie, director of the movie, The Dropbox. I encourage you to go see this movie. It is being released as a special theatrical event March 3-5. What’s interesting about this movie is not only the […]
Lee Strobel is a world-famous apologist who has presented arguments for the Christian faith in a variety of popular venues and has debated the sharpest secular minds. But what happened when he had his own personal crisis of faith, when a sudden illness brought him close to death? In a new and unusually personal book, Strobel talks about a fresh understanding of grace. I asked him about this in an interview for Leadership Journal:
Listen to this week’s episode of The Way Home On today’s show I welcome John Dickson, Australian speaker, author and historian. He is a founding director for the Centre for Public Christianity. Book: A Doubter’s Guide to the Bible Twitter: @johnpauldickson Website: johndickson.org To learn more about the 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit on “The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation,” go to erlc.com/summit2015. When […]
Pastors are always wrestling with an international and a local focus as they think through ministry emphasis. I asked David Platt about this in my weekly interview for Leadership Journal. He’s written a new book, Counter Culture, challenging Christians to think soberly about how the gospel compels them to think critically about pressing social issues.
Listen to this week’s episode of The Way Home Today on the podcast I’m joined by Thabiti Anyabwile, church planting pastor at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., prolific author and thinker. You can read his blog here and also his work at The Front Porch. Book: The Gospel for Muslims: An Encouragement to Share […]