It’s really hard for church leaders to recognize when they’re wrong. If you’re a pastor or any other kind of leader within a church, chances are good that you have very noble intentions and believe the things you do and say are motivated from a place that honors and respects God and the church. Because […]
Read More How churches manipulate us
We all know life often throws us curve balls we weren’t expecting, but sometimes those curve balls lead us to make choices that result in us surprising ourselves. I’ve wrestled with a call to be a pastor for several years now, but I really didn’t think that would wind up with me planting a church […]
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The war within each of our hearts and with corruption and authoritarianism wherever it arises, even at home, must be confronted.
Read More The never-ending war with a thousand faces
Our practice of lying to ourselves is combining with crippling levels of fear in the face of change. We need to address both issues for a healthy society.
Read More How to keep the world from falling apart – Part I
He’s almost certainly not exactly who you think he is, and to know him, you have to be open to change.
Read More The wrong Jesus: A Christmas Meditation
My somewhat-rambling reflections on turning 40.
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The trauma of generations past can impact us today, but healing can be found.
Read More The scars of our fathers: Remembering John Secord