Advent, Time, and God-Centered Rhythms in a Me-Centered Age
The ancient church calendar rhythms and weekly worship rhythms of the local church can be powerful counter-formational forces in our lives.
Pastor, Don’t Avoid Uncomfortable Topics
Pastors, your people want you to go there.
Don’t Fill Every Open Moment with Content
Foolishness is rampant today in part because we’re rarely stationary enough to experience stillness. And stillness is a prerequisite for wisdom.
The Depressing Dead End of ‘Your Truth’
We can choose the sources of where we look for truth. We can choose how we synthesize truth and apply it as wisdom in everyday circumstances. But we don’t get to choose whether or not something is true.
Christianity Can Be the Safest Space for Truth-Seeking Intellectuals
In a world where we increasingly walk on eggshells, Christianity can become a grace-filled haven for curious questioners, doubting dissidents, and anyone seeking truth in a world where partisan narratives take precedence.
Look at a River, Learn About God
Every Christian life and community should be a patch of green in its brown surroundings
Watch Your (Knowledge) Diet in the COVID-19 Crisis
For your short-term sanity and long-term wisdom, please don’t build your epistemological diet around the fleeting ephemera of social media.
How to Avoid Anger Overload in the Digital Age
Are humans situated in specific contexts meant to bear the weight of a world’s worth of grief and outrage?
Three Reasons Church Unity is Important
A unified church is one of the strongest evidences of the truth of the gospel.
What if We Applied “For Better or Worse” to Church Commitment?
The church as a bride isn’t just a random, pleasant metaphor in Scripture. It’s of profound theological importance.