Winsome Series: Part 2 What Does Winsome Look Like? BY: Denis Haack Christians need to do to reach the postmodern generation with the gospel. In this second Winsome article we'll look at how to engage the culture around us.
Winsome Series: Part 3 What Does Winsome Look Like? BY: Denis Haack Many of us arenít good at asking questions. We have never practiced the skill, and arenít very comfortable with trying. Or we have a limited understanding of what teaching and evangelizing includes.
Winsome Series: Part 4 What Does Winsome Look Like? BY: Denis Haack Listening and asking questions is part of being winsome as followers of Christ. We must make the effort to enter into the lives on non-believers and invite them into a true, living conversation.
Discernment 102: How to Disagree Agreeably BY: Denis Haack A refusal to listen, to reflect, to discuss with both intellectual rigor and civility is the mark not of the wise and godly, but of the fearful and unkind.
Discernment 201: A Guide to Reading Fiction Christianly BY: Denis Haack Novels and short stories provide opportunities for learning about ourselves and our neighbors as well as for pondering some of the Big Questions in life.
Discussing Taste Tastefully: Discernment Exercise BY: Denis Haack Unless you never talk about art with people, or carefully limit all discussions of aesthetic taste to those who are precisely like yourself, youíll know that such conversations can quickly become polarized.
Sound Bites for Jesus: Discernment Exercise BY: Denis Haack Bumper stickers and rear-window decals seem to be an enduring form of communication in our sound-bite world. And of course Christians have produced their own.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I donít much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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