"Dallas Willard's Revolution of Character is equally good.
Stanley N. Helton said:One other work that deserves a mention here is Dallas Willard's Renovation of the Heart: Putting on the Character of Christ. While this book is not primarily…"
"My wife and I are currently reading Marjorie Thompson's Soul Feast: An Invitation to the Christian Spiritual Life. Thompson defines terms turns our eyes on God, precisely defines terms and processes like Lectio Divina (pp. 25-27), and finally…"
"Thanks, Stan for this article. It was enjoyable reading. I tend to agree with Paul concerning the adaptability of Evangelicalism. The author hypothetically projects into the future by intuiting the trends. I respect his creativity."
"About a year ago Charles Kiser wrote the book review section of the Christian Chronicle. In the review he contrast Neil Coles's Organic Church to Nelson Searcy's Launch. Contrasting these two books is interesting. Both focus on structure…"
"I like the word "missional" because it describes that God who goes ahead of us. God is on mission and we are those sent by Him. We are like Abraham or Moses who question and doubt along the journey while God is sending us into His mission.…"
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Gailyn, it was good to see Wesley Esquivel at the Dynamic Marriage Facilitator training. He and I instantly bonded. Have you had your church planters use Dynamic Marriage. We recently did a Dynamic Marriage mailer, and we have 10 couples from the community going through this. Read about it here.
Hi Gailyn. It was good to see you at the Mission Alive Coaching seminar. Tod did a good job with this. I made some good connections with Hobby Chapin in particular, along with Bret Wells. Hobby and I are planning on staying in touch with a mutually beneficial relationships, and Bret and I are exploring him doing a retreat for us.
Gailyn, Thanks for hosting the folks from Regina. They were affected positively by what they saw.
I would love to chat with you now that new realities are upon us. You can either call me or, if better, I will be in the OKC area, Feb 25 to about March 3rd. We might find a time to connect while I'm down.
Listen to Carolyn share some of the ways that churches can better connect with Millennials and the Next Generation for Christ, including:
1. Outward Spirituality
2. Intergenerational Connection
3. Personal Mentoring
4. Participatory Culture