No Need for Sunday: A Theory on the Making of Donald Millers

Far be it from me to theorize about a person, or make that person a type...but I'm going to for the sake of trying to process a couple things that appear to be endemic to evangelicalism as a church culture.  I should say that while I haven't read much of his work, I like Donald Miller and this post … Read more about No Need for Sunday: A Theory on the Making of Donald Millers

This Week In Whiteness

This is the first installment of what I fear will be an ongoing series.  At the end of our review of the film 12 Years A Slave, I made a case that there is a deep and central ongoing problem related to race in this country - that we don't quite know how to get at. Now, some of you may be thinking … Read more about This Week In Whiteness

Snapshot of God’s Family – a tour around the world with Paul Jeffrey

What better time of year to take a tour of the world and see where God is at work?  Paul Jeffrey is a unique kind of missionary:  a photo-journalist.  He travels the world to chronicle the faces and stories of God's family.  He is an engaging story-teller and (needless to say) an amazing … Read more about Snapshot of God’s Family – a tour around the world with Paul Jeffrey

A Mother’s Lament

Tripp has made it clear on several podcasts that he became unwilling to raise his kids in a church where this was even a question or issue. When my friend Rachel wrote this, I asked her if I could cross-post it here.  Why some are choosing to stay in The United Methodist Church... by Rachel … Read more about A Mother’s Lament

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