If you do youth ministry and you haven’t read Simple Student Ministry I would commend it to you. It challenges you to answer the question, “what is your discipleship process?” At Oneighty, we basically have two weekly programs that are intended for discipleship: our large group meetings and our small groups. In our large groups, […]
All-nighters. That is the term given to the nocturnal binge cram-sessions that every educated person is due to experience once in their life. I experienced my fair share of all-night study sessions during my college career. The copious amounts of caffeine in sugar-saturated liquid form. The bright lights. The “breaks” where I fought off the […]
A few weeks ago, I shared some thoughts about something near and dear to my heart, the process of learning. Becoming a more effective learner is something that everyone can do and benefit from.
In high school, my Latin teacher was one of the most influential people in my life. A graduate student at the local seminary who taught Latin on the side, he worked hard to draw out discussion about God without actually being the one to initiate conversations (surely because of the limitations placed on him by […]
One of the clearest things that I remember about my childhood is how my dad began teaching me to read. Though I don’t remember all the details of our house, I remember sitting and learning my ABC’s from 3×5″ flash cards. I remember sounding out words and putting together sounds. I remember my dad telling […]