Chuck Huckaby
Chuck Huckaby

Chuck Huckaby is a pastor and associate editor of Chuck Colson's Worldview Church

Learning to Pray: Psalm 77 is a powerful lesson in prayer. Though the Psalm refers to the struggles of the nation of Israel as a whole, many of us identify with it because we do not understand the reason behind our trials and we are tempted to believe that God has irrevocably turned His back…
"Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert" by Rosaria Butterfield is a wonderful book that every Christian should read. It reminds of the importance of evangelism and, one might say, evangelism after a "Celtic" model of conversation leading to engagement leading to discipleship and leading to conversion. She reminds of a day when Reformed Theology was…
If an modern "apologetic" is needed for reading, singing, praying or otherwise internalizing the Psalms, then Gordon Wenham's work on the instructive value (and I would add the hermeneutical value) of the Psalms is an excellent work. You can read my review here:  Review of Gordon Wenham’s “Psalms As Torah: Reading Biblical Song Ethically” I…
This continues a series on the Daily Texts and their use in discipleship.... Here's another reason - in no particular order - of why I'm recommending that people I work with in personal discipleship sign up for the daily email version of the Daily Texts or get the printed version (I hope it will be…
In my previous post on the Daily Texts I promised to explain my reasoning. I have a running nickname with a friend ... it's "Old School Awesomeness". He even claims that I'm so freakishly old  school at times that I wasn't even born in the 1900's!  I'll sometimes whip out an archaic term like "All Hallows…
In 2012 I'm planning to  adopt a 290 year old discipleship tool for my use in mentoring folks in 2012. It's called "The Daily Texts" and it can be received free by email here... If you can obtain the printed text version, I suggest the one here... The use of these texts date back to…
I recently had a review of the Pastoral Care Companion  published at World View Church. I mentioned it in passing there, but it's really a very important point. The introduction to this fine little work makes a good point. Pastoral visitationis primarily KERYGMATIC not THERAPEUTIC.  So what does that mean, preferably in English? Well "kerygmatic" is…
Does the field of Economics really need to be "Redeemed"? Let's consider... For most conservative commentators, "economics" is simply another field of inquiry that can be conveniently separated from the field of ethical consideration. God may be safely worshipped on Sundays while Mammon is served from 9 to 5 weekdays without ever asking whether one…
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