I was honored to be interview as part of a 700 Club segment featuring my friend Jonathan Hollingsworth and his new book Runaway Radical.
"In Revise Us Again, I took dead aim at the two current problems in Christianity today – legalism on the one hand and libertinism on the other. I call these two tendencies “the two enemies of the gospel.” And they have been with us since the first century.
Recently, Josh Kelley has written a new book called Radically Normal: You Don’t Have to Live Crazy to Follow Jesus.
It’s a response to a certain genre of books that have caused younger Christians to view “radical Christianity” through one very narrow lens.
I interviewed Josh to ask him about the book. Enjoy!" (Keep reading...)
I've done several TV interviews, but this is the first one to be posted online. So kick back, learn how to make a Key Lime Pie and then watch my interview (or start at 9:48 to skip the cooking segment).
Last night I was interviewed by Georgene Rice in Portland. The producer told me that she (Georgene) is very picky about which authors she interviews, so she must really like my book! Click here to listen to the interview.
On this talk show: How to find deep and lasting joy by obeying Jesus in your “normal” life (Josh Kelley) (Listen to the interview)
"Josh Kelley and I have a lot in common. We both live in Washington state, we both have a background in the same denomination, we’re both pastors. One area we differ is that he’s a published author with Harvest House Publishers, and I’m not. (Keep reading...)
"All in all, this book, Radically Normal, is a helpful evangelical counterpoint to the 'radical' American evangelical emphases and movements (emphases and movements which have been around for more than 30 years). It’s well written, not too difficult to read, and provides a good remedy for those Christians who feel guilty for not being radical. (Keep reading...)