Tag: making disciples

Faith for the future?
(September 19, 2022)

You don’t have to be worried about faith deconstruction. You can go about it in a constructive way.

But is the church listening?
(September 5, 2022)

Many younger people have important things to say to the church. But so far I don’t think many churches are listening.

Faith for our future?
(August 3, 2022)

Should christianity be any different in the 21st century than it has been for the last two millennia?

Lessons learned along the way
(July 10, 2022)

I have been following Jesus, albeit imperfectly, for about 60 years! It was during the period from about October 1961 to September 1962 that I decided not only that I believed in Jesus, but I was willing to follow him in my life. Since that time in a reformed evangelical church, I’ve come to think […]

A sense of purpose and community
(May 30, 2022)

Could a team of mostly secular volunteers teach us christians a thing or two about unity, purpose, commitent and creativity?

Who’s afraid of faith deconstruction?
(March 17, 2022)

There’s a lot of talk about faith deconstruction. Is it dangerous, dishonest and leads to warmed over Buddhism? Or does it release people from toxic religion?

When faith becomes a struggle
(January 4, 2022)

If you were raised in the christian faith, you may feel the need to review what you believe and let go of what doesn’t pass the test. Here’s a guide and an encouragment.

Reading the Old Testament
(November 3, 2021)

My journey, and maybe your journey too, in understanding the Old Testament and learning to appreciate it and understand the obvious problems.

Losing the way
(July 1, 2021)

Young christians can find difficulties with what they have been taught, and this can lead them to very different places. We can help them on their journey.

Table, not stage
(April 21, 2021)

In churches, the stage means a few people perform and the rest of us are spectators. The table means we are all gathered around a meal and all participate. Why not move from stage to table?