Our church here is Louisville puts out an online magazine, called the Bridge. I wrote an article for the most recent issue: Download the Bridge magazine here.
I am probably too postmodern or something, because the idea of a “curriculum” for small groups sounds to me like lame, prepackaged, corporate, institutionalized, mumbo-jumbo (I’ll stop with the adjectives now). But this new curriculum called “Sent: Living the Missional … Continue reading
Laura also posted her thoughts on the movie here.
Yesterday, I listened to a couple of great messages by some guys from Sojourn, my church’s mother church. They are from an Acts 29 event in St. Louis a few months ago. Listen to “The Way of the Cross”, part … Continue reading
City-Data.com is a great site, with detailed demographic stats for every area of the country. You can search by city, county or zip code.
Check out northamericanmissions.org, which is a resource site run by Dr. J.D. Payne, who is an elder at my church and my summer applied ministry internship faculty supervisor.
Tim Chester doesn’t like it. You should read why.
I have been enjoying the interviews on the Whiteboard Sessions You Tube page. You might too.
Doug Wilson is doing an interesting and helpful series on Creation and Food.
Joe Thorn and Steve McCoy have launched the sub*text, a ministry and blog related to ministry in the suburbs. My guess is that this will be a very helpful site. I plan on visiting it often.