No matter how severe our loneliness might be, it can never surpass the loneliness of Christ crucified.
When God’s people gather together for worship, the next generation’s eyes are wide open.
As modern life runs ever faster on fiber optics and high-speed internet, redemptive history continues to load thoughtfully, pensively, and slowly.
Jesus' work on the cross was empirically a failure, but invisibly, it was redemption's greatest success.
Pastors, let your church know they should listen to your sermons with one ear to the pulpit and one ear to the heavens.
The human spirit, to be healthy as God intended it to be, cannot veg-out inside our bodies with its feet kicked up.
Writing about the difficulty of pastoral ministry probably won’t ease the difficulty of pastoral ministry, but it will remind us that God has matured us more than we have measured.
Lord, have mercy if our churches are borrowing strategies from the cult of “the next thing.”
Maybe the best way to reach young adults, and by reach I really mean attract, transform, and equip, is to plant and lead un-millennial churches.
Can you hear Jesus advocating for you before the throne?