During this season, I tend to page through Jim Boice’s book “The Christ of Christmas” (Linked below) for some annual Christmas reading. One chapter has to do with the historicity of the virgin birth and its relevance to the uniqueness of who Christ is. As we endeavor to keep a Christ-centered Christmas, here is an … More How Unique is the Christ of Christmas?
Here is an excerpt from Paul Tripp’s book on “Parenting.” Convicted to show my children more and more grace. “Here’s the humbling conclusion that God, in grace led me to: I am more like my children than unlike them—and so are you. The reality is that there are few struggles int he lives of my … More Your Kids Are Just Like You: Show Them Grace
I recently wrote a guest post for our dear friends at The Veritas Domain. Please see the link below to read the blog post “Can My Imperfection Please God?” Link: Can My Imperfection Please God?
“Will you pray for me?” is an all too common request heard by Christians around the world. Even the nonreligious people sometimes nod toward spirituality and ask their Christian friends to pray for them. And as a hospice chaplain, I find myself praying daily with unbelievers not only are open to prayer but regularly ask … More How to Pray with Unbelievers
Our church held a viewing party the weekend before Reformation Day and we watched the popular Calvinist documentary that was released this year for Reformation 500. I had anticipated a type of corny, Christian cinematography, but this movie was a delightful surprise. Spoiler Alert: If you’d like to be completely surprised by the contents of the … More Movie Review: Calvinist