He reached inside me, as if I were a Halloween pumpkin, and scooped me out. Then he declared a do-over. That’s the way it works with contaminants sometimes. He scooped out my “good” beliefs and my false beliefs. And he chose to start clean.
Election seasons divide people. They do so almost by definition: positions taken, votes collected, ideological-bases solidified (and polarized). I fear that there is little to no hope. Maybe for this one season, we need to accept that we live inside a high school debate class. Tables are pushed to the edges of the room. Two […]
I was asked by HuffPost to submit a short article. It was published yesterday. Here is a small excerpt, followed by the link:
Have you seen this inspiring original poem, composed by Wm Paul Young, author of The Shack, from his beautiful foreword in my book, Neighbors and Wise Men?
How do we relate to a God who hides? This is the core question that I want to explore in my next book. I have been thinking about this topic for quite some time and I have started to sculpt the book’s first chapters. Here is what I desire from you: I have come to […]
I am totally amped that my new book is already available at a reduced pre-order price. If you have not gotten a chance to, please check it out: amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and ChristianBook.com Here is one comment I received just today from someone who read an Early Reader Copy of the book: “Neighbors and Wise Men is the […]
This book addresses the following question: What hope does Eucharistic liturgy bring to the future of churchplanting within the increasingly post-Christian urban centers of the Pacific Northwest and beyond?