It’s easy to approach parables as if their only purpose is to offer a theological principle. But they’re not fanciful stories containing a hidden truth. They are truth because they do something.
What if the missing link between a Christian wanting to share the Gospel and a Christian sharing the Gospel is not the knowledge they have, but the gumption to do it?
How should we respond to Joshua Harris’ (or another Christian leader’s) leaving the faith?
Identifying with story villains…and why it matters.