With Prince George’s 100th Anniversary looming on the horizon, I recently started to think about the history of churches in Prince George, and I quickly…View More History of the Church in Prince George
If you have followed me on Twitter lately, you know that Westwood Church has experimented with using Twitter as part of the Sunday morning services…View More Can you Tweet in church? Apparently, you can!
Have you drifted away from Christianity and/or the church? I have been reading the book You Lost Me by David Kinnaman, and I have been…View More You Lost Me
For those of you who are interested in the trends of the Christian thinking and action in the United States, the following survey summary will…View More Megathemes in the Church
As a result of last Sunday’s teaching time, I have had a few people ask me about the section of Ephesians that I re-wrote by…View More Relationship “Big Rock” #2
Have you ever wanted to tell the church what you really thought? But who do you talk to? Who is listening? Well … here is…View More If the church really knew …
The third American Religious Identification Survey has just been released, and it shows some interesting trends. In terms of percentage, overall self-identification as “Christian” has…View More How Many Americans are Christians?
I’ve been doing some reading about “mission” this week, as I prepare for a teaching time about one of the core elements of a Christian’s…View More What is the Greatest Social Need?
For those of you who are taking the second four-week Foundations course at Westwood, a pdf of yesterday’s PowerPoint presentation is available here (just in…View More Foundations 2 (God) – Further Resources
I have just started to read Ravi Zacharias’ book called Beyond Opinion. In the introduction, he makes an observation about why the church in the…View More Do Western Churches Focus Too Much on Numbers?