Geneva Commons

Complementarians in Closed Rooms

Comments on a Facebook group called "Geneva Commons" took aim at author Aimee Byrd, a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. The comments point out the denomination's need to address misogyny in its ranks.
event evangelism

How Events Help People Share the Mission

One of the tools we can use for training people to get comfortable talking with others, inviting them to our weekend worship gatherings, and...
Some Great Evangelism Articles: My Judgmental Look at the 2019 EPA Higher Goals Contest

Some Great Evangelism Articles: My Judgmental Look at the 2019 EPA Higher Goals Contest

I was asked to be a judge this year for the 2019 Evangelical Press Association Higher Goals Contest for the area of evangelism. There were...
age of outrage

Staying on Mission in the Age of Outrage

Welcome to the age of outrage, my friend. Who knew that technology would empower some of our worst attributes instead of our best? Staying on...
Nominalism Living in a (Nominal) Religious Context

Living in a (Nominal) Religious Context

Living in such a nominal religious context presents some dangers, difficulties, and directives for believers who are passionately committed to king Jesus.
Preoccupied with Love: One-on-One with CJ Rhodes

Preoccupied With Love: One-on-One With CJ Rhodes

“Unbelievers need to see that we care for them, not just their postmortem souls but all of who they are as fallen image-bearers of God.”
Living in a (Nominal) Religious Context

Living in a (Nominal) Religious Context

The fastest shrinking category in American religion is still the largest category—people who self-identify as Christian, but whose religion is not a central part of their lives. We call these people nominal Christians.

Stay the Course: Keeping a Church Evangelistically Focused After the Launch

The marathon comes from the legend of Pheidippides, a Greek messenger who was sent from the Battle of Marathon to Athens—26 miles away—to inform the Greeks...
Three Church-Planting Practices That Need To Die

Three Church Planting Practices That Need to Die

Too many churches open and then close too often because instead of looking to God, they were looking to themselves.
Leave a Little Room for the Holy Spirit in Your Life

Leave a Little Room for the Holy Spirit in Your Life

"I am intentional about carving out time and space for personal interaction with people I wouldn’t have time to get to know."