Trevin Wax
My name is Trevin Wax. I am a follower of Jesus Christ. My wife is Corina, and we have two children: Timothy (7) and Julia (3). Currently, I serve the church by working at LifeWay Christian Resources as managing editor of The Gospel Project, a gospel-centered small group curriculum for all ages that focuses on the grand narrative of Scripture. I have been blogging regularly at Kingdom People since October 2006. I frequently contribute articles to other publications, such as Christianity Today. I also enjoy traveling and speaking at different churches and conferences. My first book, Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of Rivals, was published by Crossway Books in January 2010. (Click here for excerpts and more information.) My second book, Counterfeit Gospels: Rediscovering the Good News in a World of False Hope(Moody Publishers) was released in April 2011.

A Case for Analog Disciple Making

It’s never been easier to get great content, but there is no such thing as digital-only discipleship.

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4 Distinctions of Telling Time for Church Leaders

The Christian leader who knows the four spheres of time will be better positioned to make a major impact for God’s kingdom.

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The Idea of Evangelism Makes Me Uncomfortable

Trevin Wax says that failure to evangelize is a worship problem. The New Testament picture of evangelism is not that we share Jesus with gritted teeth. It’s a picture of lips and hearts overflowing with worship. Whenever you are completely taken with something or someone, you can’t help but talk about it.

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How Thinking Can Change the Way You Think About Discipleship

Disciple-makers should want their disciples to think the way they do.

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Deal with Problems in Your Church by Speaking of Current Reality and Future Possibility

The Christian leader must know “what time it is” organizationally and be able to communicate the current reality and the path toward to the desired future.

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Why Failure to Live on Mission is a Worship Problem

A gospel-centered teacher isn’t satisfied to see his people learn truths about God. A gospel-centered leader wants them to feel those truths.

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Clarity Process

Three effective ways to start moving toward clarity right now.