I make goals because I enjoy looking back and feeling a sense of accomplishment. I feel like my life is speeding by, and I want to be proud of the person I have become at the end. Yearly goal-setting also helps me to fight the ever-present urge to simply entertain myself. When I detail goals, I find I use my time more productively. … Read More 2019 Goals
Today, a post I wrote about church planting is published at Christians for Biblical Equality. I share the experience that started me on my journey to seminary and egalitarianism. Go check it out!
I heard of a professor who started every class with these words written on the white board: I MAY BE WRONG, BUT… With this acknowledgment, she then led the class through her process of determining why she didn’t think she was wrong. What is so revolutionary about that? Well, we live in a world where… Read More I may be wrong…
Once a week, I carpool the neighborhood kids to middle school down the mountain. No matter which parent is driving them, they have a morning ritual of listening to a radio show where the DJ makes a prank phone call. This morning, the trick call was to a kindergarten art teacher. The radio man was… Read More I’m sorry.
As we seek to understand the tensions present in the church of Ephesus, we also must seek insight for how error today has mingled with sound doctrine, and how our behavior could destroy the good news of Jesus Christ for the watching world.… Read More What is useful in 1 Timothy 2:8-15?
William Law believed that the fall was not a single act of disobedience, but a gradual slide into the unholy state. … Read More The Gradual Fall of Adam
The skeptic finds that Esther encapsulates the human experience of doubt, and the author invites the reader to interact with the discomfort of a God who is “silent as light, hid from our sight.”… Read More The Silent God