Loving Service Should Not Be A Transaction

I think that, as believers, we're often raised up with the concept of results-oriented evangelism and the sense that our love and service is an investment for which we will eventually see a tangible return. [Click title to read more.]

Coincidentally, All Our Sins Always Happen To Be In The Distant Past

It's more than a little disingenuous to pretend that our 'worst' sins are always something that we recovered from a while back, the remnants of a time long-ago in early Christian-hood before we became the strong believers we are now. [Click title to read more.]

God Values Your Creative Ministry

All too often I suspect our faith is bound by the laws of logic - if not the logic of reason, then our own peculiar logic of how things are and how the universe should be. Or even by the logic of what our churches say "proper" ministry should look like. [Click title to read more.]


The Future of America Does Not Depend On Politics. It Depends On You.

It's easy to complain. It's easy to pretend to ourselves that one vote or one candidate will make or break something. It's a lot less easy to go out and do the work of love. For all of us who sit around complaining about the way the world is, I wonder: have we been doing all that we can do to serve? [Click title to read more.]