An attitude of worship
I really don’t like the music at church. Really really. But at some point I have to choose to remember it’s not about me.
On divorce and remarriage for Christians, part 3: The full freedom to remarry
I believe that divorced Christians are always free to remarry. I explain why:
On divorce and remarriage for Christians, part 2: The four As of divorce
I believe addiction, abuse, and abandonment are grounds for divorce in God’s eyes just as much as adultery is. Here’s why.
On divorce and remarriage for Christians, part 1: Introduction and background
Divorce is a sin to us Christians. Remarriage isn’t always embraced. I start a three-part series on what I’ve come to believe on these subjects.
Christians need to attract people to our faith, not force people to live by our values
We Christians need to stop trying to force our values on the nation, and turn to attracting more people to our faith.
How you live your faith can change with time
I’m reflecting on how I’ve tried to live out my faith and how what that looks like has changed over the years.
During the pandemic, we decided to leave our church.
I came to believe
Anyone who believes in God has to make a leap of faith to do it.
The real value of Christmas
Christ was not born on Dec. 25. But we celebrate his birth now anyway, and it is a blessing to the world.
Holding up my hand: A story from my next book, A Place to Start
A story my forthcoming book, of how I came to find my faith.
Attending to spiritual needs during the pandemic
It’s weird to not go to church every Sunday thanks to the pandemic.
Christmas calls you home
A meditation this Christmas: the birth of Christ calls you home.