Joining the Resistance
Whether it is the French people confronted with austerity measures, or the introduction of a new product like New Coke,Read more.
Our Disturbing Contemporary Culture
A few weeks ago, at the Q Conference I attended in Washington, DC, we were greeted by the US PresidentRead more.
Are We Connecting?
One of the indicators, to my kids for sure, that I have come perilously close to obsolescence is the factRead more.
Building a Theology of Sleep
I've always found sleep to be a profound mystery—in so many ways. There are nights, like last night, that IRead more.
Why I Am Convinced the Hope of the World Is the Church
There’s something about the atmosphere of Washington, DC that is different than most cities I have visited. There is theRead more.
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.
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