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Evil Emboldened

I was having breakfast this morning with my accountability partner and we were talking about world events, including the shooting in Las Vegas. My buddy made the comment that it seems as if evil is more prevalent today than he remembers in the past. 1,368 more words

The Myth of Hope

Eyes pry open from a hazy, distracted lull;

drenched in dreams, phantasms and blurred sense, cooing for comfort in a crib of space and null. 291 more words


POST-CHRISTIAN & A working definition by The Barna Group

It may come as no surprise that the influence of Christianity in the United States is waning. Rates of church attendance, religious affiliation, belief in God, prayer and Bible-reading have all been dropping for decades. 368 more words


CHURCH PLANTING & It's not for the faint-hearted: New England dominates list of post-Christian cities

“New England dominates list of post-Christian cities,” by Aaron Earls, Facts & Trends, LifeWay, 9/21/17.

…Research from Barna ranks 100 American metro areas by the percentage of the population it classifies as “ 191 more words


Isn't She (church) still beautiful? & Book Review: Youth Ministry in the 21st Century: Five Views (2015), Chap Clark (Ed.)

Salah satu pergumulan utama gereja-gereja di dunia di era Post-Christian ini adalah menurunnya jumlah anak muda di dalam gereja secara drastis. Banyak gereja kebingungan untuk menemukan cara terbaik di dalam menghadapi pergumulan ini, bahkan beberapa pihak mulai menjadi pesimis dengan pelayanan kaum muda di dalam gereja. 684 more words


Towards a Post-Christian United States

I may be a little late to this party but as far as offering my personal insights, I felt this is a good place to begin since this issue bothers me a great deal and provides the gateway for the posts that will follow. 1,729 more words


Between Two Thieves

I cannot believe how long it has been since I have posted on my blog. As well, how the thought of “two thieves” continues to incubate in my heart. 1,215 more words