How many times have you been sitting at work, only to realize that you don’t remember showering, dressing, and driving that morning? I have realized more recently how common it is to conduct daily routines without even remembering how they … Continue reading Refocus: The Second Table
When any major event happens that seems out of our control, we try to find meaning. Any time there is a catastrophic hurricane, tornado, or tsunami, voices speak up trying to offer a reason why these things happened. It is … Continue reading Rest
What does it mean to be a Christian? Part of it means the fulfillment of God’s command to “fill the earth and subdue it.” Paul writes in Ephesians that the purpose of our salvation, or our being “created in … Continue reading Movement
Only a short time ago, the Coronavirus seemed like a distant illness plaguing the opposite side of the world from the insulated life we live as Americans. Now it’s spread worldwide. Parts of New York City and many other cities … Continue reading Coronavirus: Justice & Control
It’s confusing to me that people often associate rebellion with the rejection of Christianity or Christian morality. Maybe within their family or small circle of friends it could seem to them like rebellion, but what most people proudly exclaim as … Continue reading Enlightened Rebellion
My amazing wife, Kacie, and I have been talking about several opportunities that have unexpectedly presented themselves over the last few weeks, and the transformative effects they could have on our lives. She is currently on a business trip to … Continue reading Good Works v Good Behavior
One of the practices I wanted to change heading into the 2020s—other than my wife, Kacie, getting me hooked on watching Downton Abbey nearly every night (that show is amazing…and, yes, I’m still straight)—is committing to write more frequently about … Continue reading The Contrast: Send Them All to Hell?