Which is why this story of a bakery that won’t serve gay couples is really just symptomatic of a deeper problem that nearly all of us in the church suffer from – a lack of real, genuine, embodied love. More often than not, love for enemies has become something we […]
How to Raise a Pagan Kid in a Christian Home — I.N.F.O. For Families. To echo the author: we need to stop drinking the dangerous cocktail of the American Dream and Protestant work ethic mixed into the Gospel.
A Review of “Unapologetic: Why Christianity Makes Surprising Emotional Sense”. I want to read this book ASAP. This part of the above review had me hooked: The narrative of Christ is its own apologetic. No system of theodicy can withstand an honest look at the world. The sharp and spinning […]
“Whenever religion becomes leverage, it ceases to be the religion of Jesus. The gospel of God’s grace take away the leverage. Why? Because if I’m forgiven without condition, you can’t make me feel guilty. If God loves me, you can’t manipulate me by threatening to take away your love. If […]
Yeah, I’m using all this “long haul” language lately to imply a connection. See, a wise woman once told me “Grace always costs the giver.” You can’t actually love someone and not invest something of yourself that you’ll never get back. That’s going to affect your time, your attention, your […]