Tag: Christian leadership

Gospel Power Transcends Relational Equity

The trendy argument that healthy relationships are necessary for effective evangelism is more ad populum than ad veritatum. It’s what we want to hear, not what we need to hear. I am thankful for those who put so much effort into statistical Christian research with an eye on strengthening churches toward effective evangelistic growth. But as the Bible teaches and history demonstrates, as important as healthy relationships are to the human experience, relational equity is not a prerequisite to effective gospel witness. Gospel power transcends relational equity. 

Will the SBC Survive This? Southern Baptists Have Been Here Before

Southern Baptist cooperation, especially through seasons of crisis, is evidence of that “spiritual harmony” by which the churches endeavor to secure “the great objects of the Kingdom of God.” Perhaps one thing we need, through the refinement of our day, is a resurgence of Great Commission cooperation: hearts and minds attuned anew to God’s world-wide will, arms locked together for the advancement of the gospel, and feet in rhythmic union marching forward to advance upon on the gates of hell.

While In Crete (Book Release)

A church in pastoral transition needs an interim leader with biblical conviction, strategic influence, and a shepherd’s heart. In While in Crete, Dr. Wolfe offers a faithful biblical exposition of the New Testament book of Titus, with illustration and application focused on the interim pastorate.

Toward A Theology of My Cyber-Self: A Christian Reflection on Suler’s Online Disinhibition Effect

Have you noticed it too, or am I the only one? Is there an increasing un-Christlike interaction in online spaces among those who are followers of the Lord Jesus? Perhaps we should work toward a proper biblical theology of the cyber-self.

5 Daily Rhythms to Live on Mission with Jesus

NEW BLOG POST: The question every believer in Christ should be asking right now is, “How can I leverage my life today for Great Commission advance?” You join God in his work every day when you leverage your life for the Great Commission at church, at home, at work, at school, online and among friends.

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