Compared with an action-packed movie, most people would probably characterize the ministry of word and sacrament as “boring.” So in order to reach out, should churches make their services more entertaining? Joining the panel for this discussion is Richard Winter, author of Still Bored in a Culture of Entertainment.
Entries for July, 2009
What does it mean to put on the “new self?” Now that we believe the gospel of Christ, how shall we live? On this edition of the White Horse Inn, the hosts seek to answer these questions as they conclude their brief survey of Paul’s letter to the Colossians.
Throughout 2009 the hosts have been focusing on the theme of “Christ in a Post-Christian Culture,” and on this program they are once again pushing us back to the sources by highlighting the relevance of the Apostle Paul’s missional approach in the first century. So join them this week as they begin walking through the first two chapters of Paul’s letter to the Colossians.
This week marks the 500th anniversary of the birth of Protestant Reformer John Calvin. Who was Calvin and why is he worth remembering? On this edition of the program Michael Horton talks with church history professor W. Robert Godfrey about his brand new book on this subject titled, John Calvin: Pilgrim and Pastor.