This week, Ed’s guest on The Exchange will be Wayne Cordeiro for a discussion on church planting, ministry calling, and leadership.
From Harvard Business Review:
Last night, Beth and I had a chance to visit a church here in Nashville which was hosting a “Night of Worship.” More on the church later on (hopefully). Anyway, the evening was an incredible time of music, Scripture reading, and baptism.
Many of you might have seen my tweet on Friday about moving offices at LifeWay. It was quite a busy day on the 10th floor.
Oddly enough, I’ve been doing a lot of research and reading on church discipline lately. Don’t worry though, I was researching a blog post for one of my bosses, and there was also a new B&H release on the subject—Those Who Must Give an Account. That was all last week. Then this morning’s Bible reading […]
While I don’t personally know Joel Lindsey, I’ve followed him for some time on Twitter. You may recognize Joel’s name from his work on For the City, which he helped write with Darrin Patrick and Matt Carter (for what it’s worth, the chapter on discipleship is worth the price of the book alone, AND it’s […]
I’m excited to write that there will be an upcoming major motion picture release of Les Misérables which will be based on the hit Broadway musical version. Ever since a musical version of Phantom of the Opera was released, I’ve been hoping for a Les Mis follow up. Now it’s coming in December.
Last week, I had a chance to see a benefit concert for the Country Music Hall of Fame at which Keith Urban was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry. I was a little shocked at the time to find out he wasn’t already a member. But I guess being married to Nicole Kidman is […]
No, I’m not talking about my wife. What I’m referring to is the statement made by Natalie Maines in the spring of 2003 at Shepherd’s Bush Empire theatre in London, the first concert stop on the Dixie Chicks’ Top of the World Tour. Before they sang Travelin’ Soldier, Maines said:
Yesterday I shared about the Pete Wilson interview I sat in on this past Tuesday in which he discussed his new book Empty Promises. Below is a clip from that interview in which Plilip Nation and Pete discuss the empty promises of social media. As someone who literally is on social media all day everyday […]