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Trevin Wax Christian Blog and Commentary Archives

Trevin Wax

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Trevin Wax is the Managing Editor of The Gospel Project, a curriculum developed by LifeWay Christian Resources. He blogs daily at Kingdom People. He is also the author of Holy Subversion (Crossway, 2010) and Counterfeit Gospels (Moody, 2011).
Reflections on Stepping Away from Pastoral Ministry

"Has it been hard to leave pastoral ministry?" I've been asked this question by friends, family members, and blog readers ever since I left local church ministry a few months ago. Here are some ways the transition has affected us.

Reflections on Stepping Away from Pastoral Ministry

"Has it been hard to leave pastoral ministry?" I've been asked this question by friends, family members, and blog readers ever since I left local church ministry a few months ago. Here are some ways the transition has affected us.

Reflections on Leaving Pastoral Ministry

"Has it been hard to leave pastoral ministry?" I've been asked this question by friends, family members, and readers of this blog. I immediately want to say "yes" and "no."

Talking Tech with Tim Challies

How should we think about technology? What does technology make possible? What does it hinder? Tim Challies joins me to talk about the ways technology affects our lives.

Counterfeit Gospels Chart: 6 Ways We Drift from the Gospel

Take a look at these six ways our hearts drift from the truth of the gospel. Which counterfeits do you see as most prevalent in our day?

Great Good and Evil Often Grow Together

In general, good and evil grow together, intertwine around each other, and grow out of each other in remarkable and complicated ways.

Why Should We Obey God? Beauty & Duty

Tim Keller answers the question, "What should be the motivation of Christian obedience?"

Taking the Temperature of Evangelicalism

The Rob Bell debate shows that if we had a thermometer for the evangelical movement, we'd find a raging fever. But some evangelicals are responding to the fever in unhelpful and pastorally-damaging ways.

Should We Use "Personal Relationship with Jesus" in our Evangelism?

We all know the phrase, but when pressed, many of us have a hard time explaining exactly what we mean by it.

The Power of God's Word: A Conversation with Jonathan Leeman

What happens when you preach the Word and your church doesn't grow? How can we faithfully point to Christ? Why is singing so important? In this blog conversation, Jonathan Leeman and I discuss the power of God's Word.

The Gospel as a Three-Legged Stool

The gospel is like a three-legged stool, and each leg of the stool is important to understanding the message.

Rob Bell's Judgmentless "Gospel"

3 Ways to Define the Gospel

People hear the question "What is the Gospel?" in different ways. Here are three ways people typically define "the gospel."

1000 Sermons Will Change Your Life

God Has a Wonderful Plan?

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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