I woke up on Sunday morning to an email from Google alerting me to a brand new review for The Local Church. One star out of five. Awesome. Heck of a way to start a Sunday. Then I read the comment attached to the review: “Pastor is awful.” Even better. Can I just go back to sleep?
“Knowledge is Power” is a lie.
“Knowledge is power,” he said, before waiting a beat and continuing. “…is a lie.” “It’s false. And anyone who tells you that knowledge is power doesn’t know what they’re talking about.” Whatever I was expecting on the first day of driver’s ed was not this.
Like many of you, I have spent much of the morning reflecting on the twentieth anniversary of 9/11. I
The Thursday Three • August 26, 2021
As I relaunch a blog and a digital presence on the web (glad you’re here, btw), I’m finding myself drawn back to this idea of sharing The Thursday Three on a semi-regular basis
A Letter To Students
So I started to wonder — what sort of pastoral letter of encouragement and hope might I write, like Paul, to these students who are also entering a world in which their voice, wisdom, and heart are so desperately needed?