Perhaps an overlooked benefit of the COVID-19 pandemic is the invitation to remember how interdependent we are.
I fear to consider how many times I’ve told my sons, wife, or friends I care more what’s on my screen than what is on their minds.
“A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”
Jesus invites us to consider a new way to grow. He invites us to a life which seeks first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness.
I’m a pastor. I’ve been to school (multiple schools) to learn all the right answers to the hard questions. I’m not supposed to feel these feels.
Whenever I was about nine or ten years old, I can remember singing in the shower. But I was not singing any random melody, nor was I any longer in the shower. In my mind, I was the starting first baseman for the MLB All-Star Game and the first ever player to start in the … Continue reading This Is The Day The Lord Has Made?
Recently, the mom of a teenage girl asked me my “opinion” on dating. We also have really great young adults who work with us and I’ve had recent conversations with them on this topic. So, I’ve decided to write just a little of my two cents on the subject. *My presuppositions about dating include: 1) … Continue reading dating.