I feel like I just got done running a race. In a way, that is exactly what I have done. Continue reading MEDITATIONS ON PRAYER – II
“What if the good life doesn’t come from having the ability to do what we want but from having the ability to do what we were made for? What if true freedom comes from choosing the right limitations, not avoiding all limitations?” Continue reading Book Review – The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose For an Age of Distraction (Justin Whitmel Earley)
I put it to myself in question form. “Do you believe prayer works?” Continue reading MEDITATIONS ON PRAYER – I
During our service a few weeks ago, I was passing the offering basket over to my wife, when I heard the sound of change dropping to the floor. Pennies and dimes bouncing and clanging, not in tune with the song the band had begun to sing. As a few of us were trying to get … Continue reading Jesus Loves the Little Churches
I took a year off from this blog without setting out to do so. In fact, outside of a few book reviews and a handful of contributions for Gospel-Centered Discipleship, the bulk of my writing came in many other forms. Sermons, curriculums, e-mails, papers, letters, texts, journals, tweets. They are each their own sort of … Continue reading INDENT
For the second year in a row now, I have spent the Advent season reading through the book of Isaiah. Blogger, author, and Twitter aficionado Tony Reinke helped to start this project and did a wonderful job setting the trajectory for our study of it, and hundreds have joined along online. This year, I wanted … Continue reading An #IsaiahChristmas Catechism
“Sprowl.” That’s how new I was to R.C. Sproul’s ministry. Delivering the first sermon I would ever preach before my peers at college ministry (Isaiah 48:9-11), I ended up pronouncing his last name “Sprowl” the day I gave my message. Should an esteemed seminary professor ever get a hold of that audio file (they won’t), … Continue reading Remembering R.C.