In a world of connectivity and quick communication, it can be hard for us to take time to be reminded of the things that matter. It is difficult sometimes to remember that it is permissible and possible for us to think in nuanced ways which take time to explore. It is strange that the easiest…
This is the last article in this series about “swallowing whole books of the Bible.” I hope these words have aided you in delighting even more in God’s Word. My prayer is that these messages encourage God’s people to read even more of God’s more, more often.
The last post used the metaphor of “swallowing whole books of the Bible” and this one will pick up the baton. We all can and should learn how to gnaw on and chew up these contents.
No, I wasn't hungry when I titled this entry. Ok, maybe I was but in all fairness, I'm never not hungry. "Swallowing whole books of the Bible" demands explanation. So, here goes:
Two former pastors are making waves again but this time it won't be on the conference circuit. Rumors are adrift in the LA community that David Platt and Francis Chan will be co-starring in a Wedding Crashers sequel.
Social Media in all of its glory has changed family dynamics but will it change our whole story? Instagram outdates the art of scrapbooking at an ever-increasing rate. From this mess, what have we to expostulate?
This is the reason for the double header tour. Johnston and crew invite all haters but especially bloggers to come out to a show. The album release and coinciding tour will be called, Please Forgive Us.
Let's address our personalities and one of the lies -will, really a half truth- we have bought. This is one of the many lies that keep us from our calling. This is one of the things we let the Enemy, the World, and the Flesh all whisper in our ear when we have a long, hard look in the mirror.
The following is a poem accompanied with a soundscape. I created this with my friend Jeffrey Jopling in 2012. We created this for my old blog community, Sojourners Indecisive.
One pastor proclaimed, "This kind of character flaw is what helped me win friends in seminary. I'm not sure what I'm missing!?"