Last fall I worked through a series called “Living in Babylon.” It was a call to understand the rapidly shifting cultural landscape and then learn how to live like Joseph in Egypt, Daniel in Babylon, and Esther in Persia.Read More At war with American idolatry
In our incredibly divided culture, is there a way of moderation? Is there a way of change? When people DO change, do we believe it any more? One such divisive person has been Glenn Beck. I remember him from his FoxNews days and how I came to a place I couldn’t stand his vitriol. Last year […]Read More Can we have room for moderation and forgiveness?
May 4 being the National Day of Prayer, President Trump signed an Executive Order loosening control of what has been called the “Johnson Amendment.” Under the Johnson Amendment, it was to disallow direct political endorsements from the pulpit of particular candidates. If violated, the IRS could look into pulling the tax exemption status from a […]Read More Politics and the Pulpit
A term that will take a beating.Read More Can we recapture “evangelical”
We all have our bubbles. Let’s just call them echo chambers.Read More We all have our bubbles
Let’s get across the table with someone not like us and hear each other.Read More So you voted for…
And let us ALL pray. Pray for each other. Minimize the urge to taunt in either direction.Read More Election results and post mortem