August 17, 2020

In Joseph Hellerman’s book When the Church was a Family, he puts it plainly:

“It is not always easy to share life together as a church family. Nor should we expect it to be. We do not choose our natural families, and neither do we choose our church families. We might in...

July 28, 2020

As local churches have wrestled with how to be the church during these past months of this global pandemic, several things have become glaringly clear to me as I’ve worked with my fellow elders at PCC Somerset and have been part of discussions with other church planter...

July 19, 2019


One easy way to get involved in local missions is by supporting (or “adopting”) a local full-time missionary. Sounds like common sense, right? 

Local missionaries often don’t get the exposure or support that foreign missionaries do because people often don’t even real...

July 19, 2019

How, when, and where you can best serve in local missions are big questions for many Christians. After all, there’s many ways to serve the Lord, your neighbors, and your city to share the good news of Christ’s love and the Kingdom of God.

When thinking about how I could...

April 26, 2019

Other than thought-provoking entertainment, especially when you're stuck in a car, there are three big benefits to listening to the right Christian podcasts:

(1)  The right podcasts give you access to topnotch Christian scholars and thinkers, and these people have a wea...

December 4, 2018

Only two of the four Gospel writers, Matthew and Luke, included anything about Jesus’ birth in their narratives. Neither of them tell us the month and day Jesus was born.

So, why do Christians celebrate the birth of Christ on December 25th?

Here are some often-repeated t...

August 22, 2018

I don't do many book reviews, so think of this more as book recommendations.

Recently, three books were release (two in 2018, one in 2017), which I have found extremely helpful for defending the Christian worldview. One focuses on science, one focuses on the big cultura...

May 14, 2018

The earliest known mention of Christians by a Roman appears in a letter by Pliny, a Roman governor of Asia Minor - what is now part of modern Turkey.  The letter is actually the second earliest writing about Christianity by a non-Christian, the first being from about 9...

February 22, 2018

Katie Davis was 18 when she started an orphanage in Uganda and began adopting 14 children.  I have seen interviews where this young woman dishes out healthy doses of truth.  She recounts how people would tell her how great it was that she found her purpose in life so y...

January 11, 2018

This past Sunday at our East Brunswick campus we were challenged to consider who we are personally and who we are congregationally as we represent Christ to the community around us.

As Thomas mentioned in his message, when Pat and Barb Ryan and I were working with Disas...

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