Joey Woestman is the Pastor of Teaching and Discipleship at Faith Church in Indianapolis. He is both book smart and accident-prone, which is a winning combination. He likes reading theology and philosophy books written by dead guys and is often found thinking about how the church should relate to the culture. He loves eating legit Mexican food and going on adventures with his wife, Jenna, and their daughter, Analie. He has three cats, chickens, and every hobby he can convince his wife to allow him to spend money on, and a pathetically large number of unread books on his shelves.
No podemos centrarnos tanto en el "qué" de la iglesia que descuidemos el "por qué."
Reviews of Free At Last? The Gospel in the African-American Experience, by Carl F. Ellis, Jr.
A review of He Descended to the Dead, by Matthew Y. Emerson
Reviews of Confronting Christianity, by Rebecca McLaughlin
Jennifer M. Kvamme