All Christians inevitably question different aspects of our faith. But when is the work of questioning done, and what should our questions accomplish?
For years, I prayed I might get the chance to preach at my home church. In 2021, I became part of the preaching team. Here’ are 3 things I’ve learned in my first year of preaching at home.
While “fundamentalist” is often used as a curse, Christians should be committed to the fundamentals of the faith. How do we know what those are—and where do we find them?
False teaching has threatened to distort the Christian message since the beginning of the church. What is the best way to counter it?
What does faith cost us—especially in a polarized climate like ours? It’s easy to offer basic answers, but we all must consider what following Jesus means today.
Not every writer enjoys the idea of revisiting past work, but it can actually be a really good thing. Here are a few reasons why.
The youngest of our kids just completed kids ministry at our church. This is a big—but good—change for us. Here are a few things I’m excited for them to experience as part of the adult gathering.
On the anniversary of submitting the completed manuscript of my next book, let’s take a look at the unglamorous side of writing (which we really need).
Years ago, I was advised that if I have to choose between clarity and cleverness to choose cleverness. Here’s why that is good advice for writers.
I tend to categorize the events of my life by dates. Why are dates so important to me? Because of their power to root me in the present.