What happens when the body of Christ disagrees about celebrating the Lord’s Supper during quarantine? … More Should Christians Take Communion Virtually?
Oh, dear friends. What a week. WHAT A WEEK. A few days ago we mentioned to our seven-year-old who was (understandably) saddened about the cancellation of, well, everything, that we are living in historic times. That someday his kids and grandkids will ask him where he was and what life was like during the coronavirus … More Into the Unknown
Daryl got on a plane yesterday. He’s headed to a conference in Chicago, one for pastors with PhDs (which I sometimes call his annual nerd-pile, but then again, “nerd” is a compliment in our house). He goes each year and we always miss him but love all the stories and energy he brings back. We … More Life in the Age of Coronavirus
Why it matters that we are not our own. … More Belonging to Each Other
As I rock our wee baby into the wee hours, I’ve had a simple chorus ringing in my mind: Truly He taught us to love one another His law is love and His gospel is peace Chains shall He break for the slave is our brother And in His name, all oppression shall cease Sweet … More Merry Christmas, Friends
Where to begin when you want to share your words with the world. … More So You Want to Write a Book (Part 1: Where to Begin)
The beauty and wonder of the church universal (and the Internet as a force for good!) … More The Communion of Saints at my Bedside
In a noisy world, where do we find wisdom? … More Gather Wise Counselors