Ever heard someone say something about the Bible that just feels wrong, but you can’t figure out why? I have this very thing happen to me occasionally. Maybe in a conversation with […]
The following is a manuscript from a chapel talk I gave at Southeast last September. I had meant to share it on the blog, but never did. While it’s geared toward […]
One thing I tend to struggle with is staying focused while I’m working. I’m particularly sensitive to sounds. When I’m working in my office at Southeast, it doesn’t take much […]
For the last several weeks I have been running like a madman, but I have also come across a few quick tech bits that I wanted to share with you. […]
Of all of the eReaders available, the Amazon Kindle is by far my favorite. In fact, over the last several years I have owned a few different iterations of the […]
What I’m about to tell you will probably make you think I have lost my mind. I know, I know—I’m the “tech guy.” But there are times that an app […]
If you check the post below this one, you’ll see that the last time I published anything to this blog was June 5. That is a long, long time ago. […]
Why do so many churches struggle with effectively doing good in their own communities? Why might your congregation be struggling with this? Maybe it’s because they (or you) have the wrong expectations when it comes to benevolence work.
Let me make a confession to you: I’ve always felt a little uncomfortable doing lessons geared toward the ladies.
Today is a bittersweet day. I’m packing up my office.
I hate packing. I despise packing. I loathe packing. It is sweaty, dusty, and monotonous.
But as I was packing up my gazillion Bibles earlier (I have an addiction to the physical form of God’s Word), I came across two specific Bibles that broke the monotony, and caused me to pause and think.