Beating the Prayer Bluff

“I’ll be praying for you” has become nothing more than a religious platitude.


Lament, Racial Reconciliation, and Hope

This has been a hard week for me. I preached Sunday on the need for racial reconciliation in our churches and communities. I long for better friendships and relationships with those not like me. I'm saddened at the prejudice that resides in my own heart, and I want to be different. This week, two major… Continue reading Lament, Racial Reconciliation, and Hope

Socially Unacceptable: Artificial Romance

The birth of romances often begin with a moment called the “meet-cute” (credit The Holiday). It’s that moment when the male and female lead characters meet, sometimes through bizarre circumstances. Darcy refuses to dance with Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice. Danielle attacks Prince Henry in Ever After. Jack gets treated by Kate after a… Continue reading Socially Unacceptable: Artificial Romance