Jesus tells his followers to “make disciples of all nations.” But what does it mean to become a disciple, and what are today’s churches doing to fulfill this mission? Is this something for new converts only, or is it something we all participate in and pass on to our children? On this edition of White Horse Inn, the hosts will interact with these question and more as they discuss “The Lost Tools of discipleship.”
Entries for February, 2011
Our friend, Tullian Tchividjian, has a follow-up post to his great article last week, “Why I Hate Accountability Groups.” In it he quotes Mike Horton’s article, “Does Justification Still Matter?” (Modern Reformation Sep/Oct 2007). As you read both Tullian’s post and Mike’s article, ask yourself when was the last time that “doctrine” played a significant […]
This year the White Horse Inn and Modern Reformation are going through “The Great Commission” and its implications for the church’s mission in the world. The upcoming March / April 2011 issue is titled “For You, Your Children… and All Who are Far Off.” Throughout the past few centuries there have been missionaries going to […]
The New York Times published a post today on their “Lens” blog titled “What Does Mercy Look Like?” For obvious reasons this title piqued my interest enough to follow the link and to “see mercy.” The post is a response to a book by James Whitlow Delano where he asked photographers from around the world […]
In the Great Commission, Jesus did not merely tell his followers to “go into all the world,” he also gave us specific instructions for the mission of the church. He said we are to preach, baptize, and make disciples. Sounds pretty simple, but are these elements high on the priority of the average Christian church? How about in your own Christian life? White Horse Inn: know what you believe and why you believe it!
A special invitation from from Ken Jones at the White Horse Inn: The Apostle Paul says in 1 Cor. 2:2, “For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified.” The centrality of the cross in all areas of life is central to discipleship, fellowship, worship, and evangelism. That’s why I’m […]
Tullian Tchividjian, the pastor of Coral Ridge PCA and a good friend to White Horse Inn posted a great piece about accountability groups yesterday on his blog. Here’s the teaser, but be sure to click through and read the entire thing! Reminders Are More Effective Than Rebukes Are you tired of being told that if […]
For the purpose of security the names and positions of the Egyptian Christian leaders have been removed. Earlier this morning, I was privileged to participate in a conference call facilitated by the Lausanne Committee with evangelical leaders in Egypt. The recorded call will be made available shortly at the Lausanne website. We heard especially from […]
What is the relationship between Christianity and other “Abrahamic faith traditions”? Is Abraham really the father of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, and if so, does this mean that each of these religions are legitimate ways to God? What are we to do with Abraham himself and with the other Old Testament patriarchs? Since they didn’t have explicit faith in Christ, how can Jesus be the only way of salvation? White Horse Inn: know what you believe and why you believe it!
National Public Radio is featuring an interview with Lawrence Wright, whose cover story in the current edition of The New Yorker magazine raises troubling questions about the Church of Scientology. Through hours of interviews with church officials and extensive research into public and military records, Wright reports that some of the initial claims made by […]