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.
A protestor, a reformer, a revolutionary, a hothead – and so much more. Continue reading Martin Luther: An Ordinary Reformer
I remember walking into youth group that Wednesday night around a decade ago. I was so excited about the evening’s upcoming events. As a church, we had been advertising this night heavily, encouraged on multiple occasions to make sure we invite our friends to be a part of what we were doing. There was more … Continue reading Is Inviting People to Church Enough?
Don’t be so immersed in capturing the moment that you miss it altogether. Continue reading Don’t Take a Picture; It Won’t Last Longer.
Theology is meant to care for souls, in ordinary moments, on bad days, even to those who don’t own a bookshelf. Continue reading Theology For the Least of These
Why are your people abused, persecuted and killed? Can’t you protect them? I can, little child. Then do something. I did, my son. Continue reading “A Spontaneous Lament”