I should warn you that this blog speaks of serious, difficult, and sex-related things. But I felt strongly I should write it. Why? Because the changing
Just because you both speak English doesn’t mean you speak the same language. Have you ever overhead a conversation where… Two people were simply on
We’re not in Kansas anymore. That’s pretty obvious. But maybe that’s a good thing. Lately I’ve been doing a lot of research on what’s happening in today’s church.
Would you live any differently? My dad died in November and we recently had his birthday. It made me reflective. As I said at the time (click here
Anthony Ross was a rugged Scot known for eloquent speech. But an illness took his voice. He would never speak the same way again—but he
Albert Schweitzer famously said that when looking for the “real” Jesus, it can be like looking down a well: Our search can be so polluted with personal
Einstein said that “curiosity has its own reason for existing.” As if wonder has its own self-propelling magnetism. Curiosity and questioning are daily menu items
There’s a church on the west coast that decorates with darker colours. Why? Because it wants to attract more men. Is it harder for men
The opposite of simplicity isn’t complexity—it’s confusion. We can often fall into the trap of thinking our lives are complex. And they are, sort of.
Last year I blogged about this very thing. So here it is again with a few tweaks: How do we teach our children about the
Stuff gets into us. A germ here, a seed of spiritual sickness there. You think you’re opening the door for a special gift delivery and
Boys are different from girls. I grew up as 1 of 3 boys. Now, I have a son. My friends have sons. And there are boys
I’ve been doing a lot of reading on parenting these days. Makes sense—not only do I care about families, but I’m a dad to 3