8 Lessons on Evangelism from Proverbs

Would you like a course in evangelism? Have you considered reading the book of Proverbs? Here are some of the lessons about how to evangelize that I recently learned while studying the book. 1. Personal The dialogues in Proverbs are not impersonal, detached, and distant, but close, intimate and warm. It’s one person to anotherContinue reading “8 Lessons on Evangelism from Proverbs”

Helping Graduating Seniors Trust God

Editors’ note: The weekly TGCvocations column asks practitioners about their jobs and how they integrate their faith and work. Interviews are conducted and condensed by Bethany L. Jenkins, director of TGC’s Every Square Inch. Cheryl Clark Bonner is the Director of Alumni Services at Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Millersville University with a B.S.Continue reading “Helping Graduating Seniors Trust God”

Bonhoeffer and Blind Spots

Though some of the Bonhoeffer intelligentsia rushed to criticize Eric Metaxas’s Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy (Thomas Nelson, 2010), few can argue whether any book has more broadly brought Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s name to the fore. Though American readers have long read Discipleship, Life Together, and Letters and Papers from Prison, Metaxas’s biographical behemoth reintroduced Bonhoeffer with unprecedentedContinue reading “Bonhoeffer and Blind Spots”