Who will save us if we don’t keep striving–and quickly?
Need permission to put on your pajamas at 8pm? You got it.
Where to stand in divisive times
In times of peace and times of war, the call to steadfast obedience remains.
Fear, honesty, and lessons from God in the dentist’s chair.
More than a sugar rush.
Back in college, two roommates and I launched a campus chapter of Heifer International, a global charity that gives livestock and training to people in developing countries as a way to help them lift themselves out of poverty. (If you receive a cow, for example, you can sell the milk, as well as breed it…… Continue reading False Dichotomies and the Call of God * 10 Minute Devotional
For Lent this year, I’m logging off. Going dark. Signing off. Want to join me? I’ve realized my tech habits aren’t what I want them to be. I’m not the world’s worst offender when it comes to hours logged online, but I’m far from unplugged. I discovered Twitter recently and it is fun and addictive. The bottomless bowl of…… Continue reading Make it Your Ambition to Lead a Quiet Lent
A challenge from Bonhoeffer to stop playing on the shores of faith and dive in instead.
Alex Haley, author or Roots, kept a photo in his office of a turtle on a fencepost. When asked about this odd conversation piece, he’d respond: Any time I start to think, ‘Look how good I am,’ I look at the turtle—me—and realize I did not get here by myself. Sometimes Daryl and I talk about…… Continue reading Like a Turtle on a Fencepost * 10 Minute Devotional