Coping with Grief and Loss: How Christians and Churches Can Help
Jesus replied, “You are in error because you do not know the Scriptures or the power of God.” (Matthew 22:29).
Holding Up Half the Sky: A Biblical Case For Women Leading and Teaching in the Church seminar series.
“Hide This in Your Heart” Resources (sermon, webinar, book sample, and seminar). Join Graham Joseph Hill and Michael Frost as they unpack the importance of Scripture memory and how you can sustainably create this life-giving habit. This webpage includes a sermon, webinar, book sample, and seminar to go with the book by Graham Joseph Hill and Michael Frost. “Hide This in Your Heart: Memorizing Scripture for Kingdom Impact.” NavPress, 2020.
Join Michael Frost, Graham Joseph Hill, and other leaders as they breakdown the importance of Scripture memory and how you can sustainably create this life-giving habit.
Recently, Michael Jensen wrote an article called “Loyalty is a dangerous virtue: The church needs whistle-blowers.” It’s an excellent article on how too many church leaders reject critical feedback and demand unconditional loyalty.
Michael reminds us that our ultimate loyalty is to God and not to any particular leader. The church needs whistle-blowers who speak up to power and challenge abusive behaviour.
I believe that whistleblowing often glorifies Jesus Christ. Christian whistle-blowers challenge narcissistic leaders and toxic cultures and invite us to truly be the church.