Be not ashamed (2 Timothy study week 1)

Hey, y’all! Welcome to the first day of my first blog series. I’m borrowing an idea from my friend Amanda Beguerie and hosting a blog Bible study for the next several weeks. The way it works is simple: I’ll be posting my study of the week’s passage on Tuesdays (hopefully) with a list of questions... Continue Reading →

How dirty is your towel?

On the night of the Last Supper, Jesus took on the role of a servant--the lowest servant, at that--and washed the grime from his disciples' feet. The King of kings humbled himself enough to do the job none of the disciples would step in to do. The dirty job. He knelt down with a towel... Continue Reading →

Ruthless with ideas, gentle with people

Over the past month, I've been going through a course on worldviews and religions, and I've been learning a lot. But not just about religions themselves and the descriptions of different worldviews. No, I've been learning about people. What is a worldview? Simply put, it's the framework through which a person views the world. It... Continue Reading →

The power of discussion

One problem with society today is that for all the clamor of talking people do, they fail to have discussions. What do I mean by a discussion? Simply put, a discussion is communication between two or more people. But I would venture to qualify that some more. Discussion requires a topic. Discussion involves giving everyone a chance... Continue Reading →

The paradox of love and truth

We're living in a world today where Christians largely fall to two extremes. The first: those who focus on loving others and accepting them for who they are so much that they lose the holiness and consideration of the truth that, as Christians, they should have. The second: those who focus so much on the... Continue Reading →

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