What is it about C.S. Lewis that makes such a huge impact on so many of us? It’s not merely his brilliance or his ability to craft such lucid, poetic prose. There are many brilliant, wonderful writers. . . .Continue Reading
Parenting is inescapably the work of waiting. As a parent, especially to young children, you are constantly devoting your time and energy into something that doesn’t produce immediate results.Continue Reading
It’s Sunday morning. You finally made it through the one lane of traffic not quarantined by the orange cones that descended overnight like locusts. You carefully maneuver the parking labyrinth as your child kicks the back of your car seat. . . .Continue Reading
When I got my hands on the new ESV Reader’s Bible, I opened first to Ezekiel. I’m not sure why, except I’d long neglected this book, and it seemed like a good one simply to read straight through, unhampered by…Continue Reading
Jesus once told his disciples an odd parable where he used a dishonest manager as an example of how we should be shrewd with our money. What did he mean?Continue Reading
We all love to be praised and celebrated. We want a name for ourselves. We crave a platform of respect. In some shape or form, this is true for all of us — perhaps especially for pastors and Christian leaders.Continue Reading
What if eternal torment is actually a fitting response to our sin? What if, instead of seeing hell as an overreaction to our misdeeds, we looked at it instead as God’s commentary on the gravity of our rebellion?Continue Reading
I’m the grocery shopper in our family. I walk the aisles of choices and read the labels, searching the food, trying to discern facts from fiction.
This regular responsibility comes with some regular fears about making the wrong choices in…Continue Reading
There she stands in splendor, secure on the arm of her Father, adorned in brilliant white for her husband. The music sounds and beckons their short passage down the aisle.
Once she had been disgraced and dirty, unholy and seemingly…Continue Reading
Francis Chan understands the insidious pull in the course of learning that gradually yanks us from a warm life of love to a cold life of truncated knowledge.Continue Reading