Do the people in your life know that you love them? If they don’t know, then you don’t love them. … More If They Don’t Know You Love Them, You Don’t
The Starving, Dying, Western Church This generation has had it with the Sunday box church model. You know what I mean, the get up and go to a big box with a few hundred people in it, get ignored by everyone except the greeters, sing some songs, hear a message then leave model (bonus points … More Modern Church: The End Is Near
Church as we know it is dying, and fast. About 200 churches a week are closing their doors, which comes out to around 11,000 a year. The church that millenials grew up in was on shaky ground then, and will probably be mostly gone before the next generation. For most church leaders, who make their … More Should Your Church Die?
In light of the extreme suffering from Hurricane Harvey, claims that the hurricane was somehow God’s punishment for Homosexuality, white supremacists marching, and millions of Christians frantically trying to say “that’s not what we believe!” a conservative group calling themselves a “coalition for biblical sexuality” has released The Nashville Statement. There couldn’t have been a … More The Nashville Statement, CPR, and You
We have been doing church all wrong. Welcome to a better way. … More The Church of Doubt
I’m re-launching my blog, because I think after 4 years I am ready. If you read my last post, and many of my previous posts before that, you will discover a very different place in my story. Some of it I wholeheartedly still stand behind. Some things, I will be editing in the upcoming weeks … More Welcome Back
“We always leave like this!” “Like what?” I ask. “With everything so…unresolved!” Then my friend drove off. It’s true. Almost all of our conversations go deep, and when they do, they never seem to finish. There is always something percolating, something brewing, something unresolved. I wrote this post for her… Resolution. It’s something the human spirit craves. … More I’m Always Unresolved