There's something to be said for taking the road less traveled. [Click title to read more].
I remembered a valuable lesson when the brakes on my car gave up the ghost. [Click title to read more.]
Most of us are very bad at putting the fundamentals of our faith into practice, for all that we know them by heart. [Click title to read more.]
You should be able to always look up and see Christ on the horizon. And, like a sword, He cuts through to the heart of every matter, revealing what is relevant and what is not. [Click title to read more.]
A good book is hard to find, sometimes. Here's how I look for one that's just right. [Click title to read more.]
Teaching is difficult. But Jesus embraced it. [Click title to read more.]
I thought it might be worthwhile to offer up this little primer: a series of very basic tips about how to evaluate and assess all that "Christian" information you might stumble across online or in the bookstore.
I don't want God to be a chore, or one more thing that I have to do for the day. Here are five things I've started doing to make my Monday spiritual practices a little more bearable. [Click title to read more.]
In the process of fasting from certain types of speech, I'm actually discovering more about how to speak: to be direct and kind, to think about why I'm saying what I'm saying, to make my words matter more when they come out. [Click title to read more.]
The key to Biblical literacy is that all of us - even those who pass Biblical literacy quizzes with 100% scores - need to work on always knowing the Bible better, regardless of the amount of knowledge we currently possess. [Click title to read more.]