Category Archives: Theology
Jerry Seinfeld has a bit in his popular standup routine where he addresses the various labels on pain relieving medicine: this one’s quick acting, this one’s long lasting. “Hmm, when do I need to feel good?” “Now or later?” “I … Continue reading
Here is part 2 of my radio interview with Bill Feltner. You can listen to part 1 here.
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of sitting down with Pilgrim Radio’s Bill Feltner to chat about Dawson Trotman and The Navigators. If you have 30 minutes, this would be worth your listen. Part 2 is coming … Continue reading
You have certainly seen the headlines by now. ‘Voice’ singer Christina Grimmie shot and killed at Orlando concert venue Shooter Opens Fire In Nightclub In Orlando Alligator Snatches Toddler In Front Of Parents At Disney Resort The question has surely … Continue reading
Perhaps you have had a similar experience — you are sitting through an English or Art class and your classmates seem to intuitively grasp some deep meaning within a story of literature or work of art. Meanwhile, you are looking … Continue reading
As a double Baylor alumnus I have been disheartened at the recent news and information concerning my alma mater. That university officials would systematically permit sexual abuse in order to maintain a favorable public image for a winning football program is … Continue reading
Growing up I loved watching epic hero films. I loved them so much that I would inevitably adopt the culture and lifestyle of the heroes and live it out in my daily life. When I first … Continue reading
In this sermon I looked to 1 Peter 4:19 and hoped that we see that sometimes God permits suffering so that as we grab onto Jesus, we communicate to the World that God is good.
My buddy Amine texted me in a panic yesterday to tell me about Prince dying. I thought it was a morbid joke (because Amine likes to set me up for his clever bits of comedy). I expected the texts to keep … Continue reading