Tag Archive: missional

Review of Surprised by Hope

I’m a little late to the party, but I finally got around to reading N.T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope.  I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.  This book will, without a doubt, be on my… Continue reading

Rethinking Salvation

A biblical understand of our future demands rethinking our present. As long as we see salvation in terms of going to heaven when we die, the main work of the church is bound… Continue reading

Ignoring the Nations

This is the last post in my series of reflections from Together for the Gospel 2012.  Check out the series here. David Platt’s sermon, Divine Sovereignty: The Fuel of Death-Defying Missions, was a highlight… Continue reading

I Love Binghampton // Invitation

My wife and I have lived in Binghampton for almost two years, and we love our neighborhood. Here are a few reasons why we love Binghampton: Binghampton is the one of the most… Continue reading

Discipleship Versus Mission

Discipleship and mission are two buzzwords right now in evangelical circles. Christians use these words to emphasize different aspects of the same thing: God’s overarching mission is to glorify Himself by reconciling sinners… Continue reading

The Gospel for the City

Originally posted on 10/22/2010 at sosmemphis.org. I live in the heart of Memphis, TN, one of America’s many broken cities.  But I love my city, and I want to express that love in tangible… Continue reading