Category Archives: Christianity

How Donald Trump Divided and Conquered the Religious Right

It’s time for me to sit down for a nice meal of crow.

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The 3 Minor Prophets Who Wrecked Me

The Minor Prophets who have “wrecked” me by their powerful portrait of grace.

Also posted in Church Issues, Devotional Thoughts | | 1 Comment

3 Dangers of Dividing People By Generation

Are we overemphasizing the differences between generations at the expense of our commonalities?

Also posted in Church Issues | | 2 Comments

Can We Hope Again?

Why we need the virtue that transcends the twin temptations of distraction or despair.

Also posted in Church Issues, Life & Culture | | 2 Comments

4 Ways the World Will Pressure You to Conform

In every age, the Church must resist the world’s strategies of isolation, indoctrination, assimilation, and confusion.

Also posted in Christian Living, Devotional Thoughts | | 3 Comments

The Exhausting Task of Finding Yourself and Your Best Life Now

The gospel is a fresh word to a world weary from pursuing personal fulfillment.

Also posted in Christian Living, Church Issues, Life & Culture, Missions / Evangelism | | 4 Comments

Pokémon Go in a Fractured and Flattened world

What the popularity of Pokémon Go tells us about American life and American longings in the 21st century.

Also posted in Culture / Entertainment, Life & Culture | | 17 Comments

Stop Assuming Your Neighbors Are Hostile to Your Faith

A new survey shows the unchurched are more likely to be indifferent to organized religion, not hostile.

Also posted in Christian Living, Church Issues, Missions / Evangelism, Personal Evangelism | | 2 Comments

Christian Music Radio is More Theological Than You Think

The idea that Christian Contemporary music is only sappy, sentimental, superficial songs is simply untrue.

Also posted in Christian Living, Church Issues, Music, Theology | | 34 Comments

Christians Who Feel Marginalized Should ‘Go Local’

Life-changing things don’t just happen in Washington, D.C. The Spirit of the living God is in your local congregation.

Also posted in Book Reviews, Church Issues, Life & Culture, Politics | | 11 Comments