Holloman’s Top Books in 2021

Rodney Holloman One of the difficulties accompanying some of my recent health issues has been in the areas of reading and concentration. Physically, it was tricky holding a book and turning the pages; mentally, it was a challenge to follow the train of thought. After 2020, I resolved…

How to Reach Generation Z: A New Study (Part Two)

Matthew Pinson In my last post I discussed  the recent study conducted by Springtide Research, “The State of Religion and Young People 2020.” This study was featured in a conversation between Mark Bauerlein and sociologist Dr. Josh Packard on the First Things podcast entitled “The Loneliest Generation.” The…

How to Reach Generation Z: A New Study (Part One)

Matthew Pinson As a college president (and father of a 19- and a 21-year-old), I think a lot about Paul’s teaching in Ephesians 6:4 about bringing young people to maturity in the training (paideia) and counsel (nouthesia) of the Lord. So I was very interested in a recent…

Commission to Offer Mental Health Seminar

The Commission for Theological Integrity has been offering seminars at the National Association for decades now. As one Commission member likes to say, “We were doing them before they were cool.” This effort continues this year as we will sponsor a seminar entitled, “Mental Health After the Pandemic:…

On C.S. Lewis and Denominational Survival

Matthew Pinson (This post originally appeared at matthewpinson.com) I recently read an address C. S. Lewis gave to a group of Anglican priests and youth leaders in 1945. It reminded me of what many of us in the Free Will Baptist Church have been thinking lately: Falling all…
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