Recently I’ve read through The Pastor, Peterson’s memoir. Towards the end of this self-reflective work, Peterson gives a remarkable description of church in America. I’m not championing everything Peterson wrote, said, preached, or stood for. However, his writing has struck a chord with me – a regular pastor.
Landon welcomes Phil Skelton to season two of the podcast. Phil is our first international guest, the second best pastor in Odessa, and the pastor of Living Word Baptist Church. The guys discuss the pros and cons of “canned” evangelism.
In an age of efficiency, pragmatism, and numbers, Robert E. Coleman has proposed a revolutionary, yet ancient, strategy of evangelism in his classic work The Master Plan of Evangelism.
936 … that’s the number of weekends you have with your children from the day they’re born until the day they turn 18. As a father of four I know 936 is a number that gets small quickly! In my house our four 936’s have quickly become 781, 597, 506, and 326.