I have a really good friend named Scot McKnight. We’ve actually never met or had any form of interaction but I consider him to be a dear comrade of mine.
“I met those of our society who had votes in the ensuing election, and advised them:
1. To vote, without fee or reward, for the person they judged most worthy
“…Morally speaking, there is no limit to the concern one must feel for the suffering of human beings, that indifference to evil is worse than evil itself, that in a
“Consumerism is the dominant worldview of North Americans. As such, it is competing with the kingdom of heaven for the hearts and imaginations of God's people.” —Skye Jethani
In our recent
“It is possible to prepare for the future without knowing what it will be. The primary way to prepare for the unknown is to attend to the quality of our
“We must confess that the central problem of our lives is that we are torn apart by the conflict between our attraction to the good news of God’s abundance and
More than any other Discipline, fasting reveals the things that control us. This is a wonderful benefit to the true disciple who longs to be transformed into the image of
“The soul speaks its truth only under quiet, inviting, and trustworthy conditions.”
-Parker J. Palmer
There’s a battle most days. How loud should the music be? Depending on the day, one child
What lies beyond forgiveness?
On Sunday, we looked at what’s commonly known as the Lord’s Prayer. A portion of this prayer that Jesus gave to us seeks forgiveness.
“And forgive us our