Sent into the World: Jesus’ Mission and Ours
A danger lurks in our endeavors to live incarnationally. Danger, yes, but not deterrent. It is a risk worth taking, though not treating lightly.
The danger is that we can subtly begin to key on ourselves, rather than Jesus, when…Continue Reading
Our Weakness Is No Stranger
There are trillions of ways that Jesus is not like us. The Nicene Creed is only a sketch of what this looks like. These ways are vast — far more vast than what we're able to say.
Jesus Is Different
Ten Ways to Bring the Gospel Home This Christmas
Parenting Grown Children
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An Unwed Teen with an Unplanned Pregnancy
There is a murderous logic to those who advocate aborting children with disabilities. It goes something like this:
- People with disabilities suffer in this world. Abortion is a kindness that prevents such suffering.
- The caregivers (primarily parents) of children with…
Outwitted and Victorious
This is not a plea to be thoughtless. It’s not an argument for ignoring strategy. God uses strategy (Joshua 8:4).
“The horse is made ready for the day of battle, but the victory belongs to the Lord” (Proverbs 21:31). Yes.…Continue Reading
Apple Pie and Satisfied in God
Should We Be Tenderhearted?
The longer I live the more complexities I see in living. They’re not as paralyzing as they used to be. I pray more for a spiritual nose to sniff out the path between precipices.
Take tender-heartedness, for example. I think…Continue Reading
How and Why God Changes People
When Paul calls the power of Christ which changed him from great sinner to great apostle — when he calls this power "mercy," he exalts not himself but the Savior. The Christmas gift of change is always a…