Living With the Unwanted Guest of Doubt
It's fairly common to read about someone's journey from doubt to faith. It's less common to read a book aboutRead more.
Some years ago, Atlantic Monthly published an article entitled, “Is Google Making Us Stoopid?” In it, Nicholas Carr made aRead more.
Rescuing the Church From Goods and Services
It’s not often I come out of a dissertation defense with my head spinning and my heart breaking. But thisRead more.
Starfish and Spiders
I feel a little bit late to the party on this one. Particularly in my Mideast travels, I have heardRead more.
Lessons From Steve Jobs
Reading Isaacson’s Steve Jobs has been a pretty amazing experience. I JUST FINISHED LAST NIGHT, AND LIKE Gordon MacDonald, whoRead more.
Preaching on the prophetic discourse in Matthew 24 this past weekend, I was reminded that prophetic preaching is not soRead more.
Exercise Is Not Training
It’s been there, posted on a wall here and there. I just never stopped to think about it until thisRead more.
Living with Aspergers
I live with a lot of things in my life—leading a church that struggles at times with deficits; joint painRead more.
The Dangerous Side of Success
An article out of the business section of this week’s Wall Street Journal, “Kodak Teeters on the Brink”, tells theRead more.
A New Year’s Resolution Worth Pursuing
Working off unwanted calories in a spinning class a couple of weeks ago, our trainer warned us that it willRead more.
Americans, God, and Christmas
There was an interesting article in the NY Times last week, “Americans: Undecided About God?” by Eric Weiner. From hisRead more.
Does God Still Speak In Our Noisy World?
Does God still speak? Is there a frequency we must locate, in which His voice is unmistakably clear? For me,Read more.
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