To observe the fact that recent events have highlighted the racial division of our country would be akin to remarking that the sky is blue, water is wet and LeBron James is really good at basketball. As a Christian who has been fortunate to call many people who don’t look like me (re: white) friends, it … Continue reading What You Don’t Say When You Speak About Race
We awoke Sunday morning to news of yet another mass shooting only this time it wasn’t just any mass shooting. This was the worst instance of a mass shooting in the history of the country. The targets were individuals in a gay night club making it a hate crime. The perpetrator is rumored to have … Continue reading Orlando, The Pro-Life Movement and Gun Control
Interacting with the staff of La Chapelle in Montreal, QC reinforced 4 elements of a compelling vision statement. Continue reading The Value of Vision: The Case of La Chapelle
It all started with a simple question: “Did Jesus share the Gospel?” Continue reading Living a Kingdom Life
It’s almost as if we think that, because we’re Christians, we have a holy “get out of jail free when we say something stupid or insensitive” card. Newsflash: you don’t. Continue reading How to Not Apologize
Evangelicals are largely justifying their support of one of the two major candidates with the “lesser of two evils” argument. That argument is deficient. Continue reading Why This Evangelical Christian Will be Voting Third-Party In November
The majority of millennials have graduated college. Here are 5 suggestions for churches to engage millennials as college grads. Continue reading Millennials are (Mostly) Out of College: Now What?