Here is part 2 of my radio interview with Bill Feltner. You can listen to part 1 here.
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In the last sermon of our Love Is series, I hoped to provide some practical advice on being a Christian married couple from Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians. Bottom Line: If you are not married, stop pursuing sex. If … Continue reading
In this sermon I hope to provide some helpful counsel on what it looks like to truly love those who hate you and try to persecute you. Jesus gives the best counsel in Matthew 5.
How do you love your gay neighbors? I don’t know completely, but I try to offer some counsel from Paul’s letter to the Ephesian church in chapter 4 and verse 15.
Episode 12 of the wildly popular podcast Serial dropped into the new podcast folder of my smartphone this morning. It marks the end of a crazy 12 week auditory journey that my friend and I have been on together, relishing the … Continue reading
A friend texted me this afternoon. “A second potential Ebola patient was found in Frisco.” The patient was at a clinic not too far from my home. Across the street from where I got gas last week. Near a neighborhood … Continue reading
Fox Sports has a pretty decent article on Scott Drew, Baylor Basketball, and The Gospel. Scott Drew’s Baylor University men’s basketball team had a stretch of games early this season where they did not win. In other words, they lost … Continue reading
Daniel Payne’s Abolish Compulsory Education is worth reading for anyone considering homeschooling or for anyone who is passionate about organized education. Payne argues that the historical context that produced government (or any centralized organization) run education has passed and it is now … Continue reading
My friend and Bowdoin College alumnus Owen Strachan tipped me as to this article about a recent liberal arts campus, whose wide sweeping student organization policy change may be the epitome of intolerance masked in the form of tolerance. Bowdoin … Continue reading
In this sermon, we look at Isaiah 43:19 and see that God has always been the one doing new things. Always, always, always.