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.
In the late 30’s Dietrich Bonhoeffer came back to America for a second time. The seminary in Germany was outlawedRead more.
The 2011 Immaterial, Unrelated, Extraneous, Irrelevant Awards
Like last year, I moved from one completely different world to another, in a matter of a few days. FromRead more.
Life From the Other Side
I'm just about to leave Ethiopia, a different world for sure. You know you are in a different world when…Read more.
A Few Concluding Thoughts from Beirut
About eight years ago, three of us sat in a small guest house just outside of Damascus and dreamed—an AustralianRead more.
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