Not (exactly) Another Keller-Gets-Snubbed by PTS Post

Conservatives and what we now call progressives have been clashing over values since way before 2010. What’s changed is that the moralities these two groups espouse aren’t just different systems of ethics; they now function so as to be mutually...

/ March 29, 2017

Ethnic Churches in America: A Conversation

Are ethnic churches biblically unfaithful? A fruitful conversation between Clark Fobes, Daniel Eng, and myself.

/ March 20, 2017

Shalom and Worship

Praise is a statement of resistance. It says that though I recognize the real world is filled with terrible anti-Shalomic things, I place my hope in Christ who has fixed already (but not yet) it all. Today I sing in...

/ March 17, 2017

Introducing City Image: A Podcast for the City, by the City

In an age where Christianity is increasingly seen as outdated and irrelevant, cultural engagement by informed Christians has become an absolute necessity. No longer can Christians assume that their worldview is accepted or even understood by American culture. Compounding this...

/ March 15, 2017

Too Wise to Err, Too Good to be Unkind

Whether in the joys of answered prayers or the grief of loss, there is deep comfort to be found in the truth of God's kindness and wisdom. Pregnancy, miscarriage, new birth, and Spurgeon-- here's a recent chapter from the story...

/ March 3, 2017

Tom Perez and the Future of Latinos

The Democratic National Committee has just elected their first Latino chairman. What does this mean for the future of Latinos?

/ March 1, 2017

Shalom, A Ginormous Mega-Theme in the Bible

The biggest thing that differentiates The Dutch Reformed from their Scottish Presbyterian kin is in how much and how heavily they emphasize the concept of Shalom.

/ February 24, 2017

Social Justice and the Great Commission

A holistic fulfillment of the Great Commission must include a concern for the entire person—both soul and body.

/ February 16, 2017

The Shepherd is Also a Sheep

Pastors are called to shepherd the flock of God. But when shepherds forget they are also sheep, they risk destroying their ministries and congregations.

/ February 10, 2017

Reflections on Chinese Missions Convention 2016 and the Chinese Evangelical Church

There are precious lessons from the Chinese Evangelical community that we shouldn't leave behind. Here are some reflections on a major Chinese missions conference and prayer points for the American Chinese church.

/ February 2, 2017