If you're going to talk the talk, you'd better walk the walk.
A recent article in Salon suggests that the idea of cyberspace will soon come an end, and I tend to agree. While there would be some loss, I believe it would be a net gain. Maybe the way to begin is simply to stop using the term.
For Michael fans like me, his life is a cautionary tale. It reminds us that those thing for which we so desperately grasp cannot ever, ultimately, satisfy the deepest longings in our soul.
While I was in Zambia, I missed a very important funeral and a sudden open heart surgery of one of our elderly members. Because of this, my time in Zambia reminded me of the importance of my “motto” for pastoral ministry:
We’ve all read the headlines about the historic resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, the first such resignation in over 600 years.
If we dare to say we are looking for Jesus, he will invite us to come and spend the day with him.
Unless the faith of preachers is in Christ alone–-and not in any other person, ecclesiastical institution, theological system, moral prescription, or master recipe for human loveliness–they will be of very little use in the pulpit.
Raising sons is a joy. Here are the five things every son must hear from Dad.
There are billions of stories unfolding in this world. What a joy it will be to trace these threads, these stories, to see how they are interwoven, and to praise God for his mercy and his grace in and through each one.
Why the gospel forces us to talk about two realities at the same time
This is a good little book, just as it was a powerfully challenging chapter in "Don’t Waste Your Life."
A new school curriculum which will affect 46 out of 50 states will make it mandatory for at least 70 percent of books studied to be non-fiction. Why? To ready students for the workplace.
The law is like a brush-fire. I cannot escape it. But if I stand in the burned-over place, where law has already burned its way through, then I will not get hurt.
There has been a seismic shift in outreach that few church leaders are understanding, much less pursuing.
What bothers me is that it seems that we are tempted to trade unity for blog traffic.
Churches all say the same thing: "We want to reach the world for Christ." Yet most don’t. So where’s the breakdown?
How can we be used by the Lord to help turn hearts toward Him if we're not willing to sit and listen to the hearts of those who don't acknowledge Him as Lord?
The idea of Western individual spirituality--me and God--actually hurts the process of change.