Theologically Robust, Culturally Relevant

Perhaps you’ve already begun preparing for Easter. For those in more orthodox traditions, Ash Wednesday (February 14th this year) kicked off the 40-day season of reflection and repentance known...
Our Minds Must Be Changed  In Romans 12:1, the Scriptures declare, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind….” The mind...
Living in the 21st century presents many challenges for Christians, but this media-saturated culture offers a few fringe benefits. For example, while you run, commute, or walk your dog,...
Storyline Fellowship desires to strike the balance in being culturally relevant and theologically robust. If we are faithful to our mission to invite unconvinced friends, then our weekly gatherings...
Every church must choose an approach to its teaching ministry. Storyline Fellowship is committed to a less-popular methodology known as expository preaching (which you can read more about here.)...
You probably have noticed that preachers come in all shapes and sizes. There are big, gregarious, sweaty foreheaded preachers. There are short, slim, soft-spoken preachers. There are creative preachers...
The apostle Paul told his protégé Timothy to “Preach the Word (2 Tim. 4:2).” Scripture places a high priority on the act of public proclamation. Every pastor that feels...
Jesus was a serious reader. That statement may surprise you, but the Lord settled countless arguments by referring to the practice of reading. Here are just three examples, among...
Theologically Robust Author and pastor A.W. Tozer once said, “What comes into your mind when you think about God is the most important thing about you.” And we agree:...
What is Life Journaling? This year, Storyline has been working to engrain Life Journaling into our culture. What exactly is that? Life Journaling is a method for studying the...
“It’s not about what you can do; it’s about what you can keep doing.” It’s April. The first quarter of 2016 is over and those January goals are looking...
At Storyline, we talk a lot about reading the Bible as a family. Our Life Journaling program challenges every person to be in the Word on a regular basis,...
At our Discover Storyline seminar last week,* I was asked about the use of Study Bibles. This was an excellent question that sparked good discussion. Here are four thoughts...
Two months down in 2016. March is upon us, and the goals for this New Year now feel more burdensome than awesome. It’s hard to stick to our guns...
In 2016, Storyline Fellowship will read from the Scriptures together. Through a plan called Life Journaling, we will form the holy habit of devotional reading and reflection. Many people...