Listen to this post: 1. Pastors are people too! There seems a resilient misconception that pastors are less prone than the rest of us to things like exhaustion, temptation, frustration, and loneliness. I've seen that the opposite is actually closer to the truth. A pastor is especially vulnerable to all these things because of the [...]
My gifts were meant to be stewarded, not squandered on megalomania.
A new book lays out why Lewis was such an effective communicator.
Empathizing without thinking is easy, like diving headlong into quicksand. Compassion with conviction requires muscle.
Conversations about American Christians and religious liberty are dysfunctional to the core.
His love binds us to himself.
Why do many evangelicals fail to recognize the genetic fallacy?
Review of "The Common Rule" by Justin Whitmel Earley