Daily Links (December 8)

What it’s like being an iPhone pastor in a typewriter church

“It is okay for a millennial pastor to be the one crossing the bridge, making the cultural commute in order to be a part of a church community. But, it doesn’t always work the same way for millennial church members.

And, I think this is a big reason millennials aren’t in church. It just isn’t a world that most of us can even access.”

Why you should read old books

“There are a number of bad reasons to avoid reading old books, which you should never use as an excuse to avoid reading old works of literature. I list four of them here, quoting C.S. Lewis liberally to make the point.”

Making disciples who engage the culture

Audio of Robby Gallaty addressing the ERLC National Conference on the urgency of a return to discipleship.

Podcast episode featuring Francis Chan on the house-church movement he’s leading

Francis Chan walked away from his megachurch to try something completely different – a series of tiny house churches in inner city San Francisco.  Why the change?  And what can we learn from his big experiment in going “small?”  This week on the podcast with Francis Chan – is the future of the church tiny??