The results are in, and nobody is happy. This is the most likely scenario that we face as a nation after the election, and this may be a description of you. After pushing hard for a candidate on social media and persuading your friends about your favorite propositions, you still are met with an unfavorable … More What Do I Do After the Election?
Christians are doing their best to think through this upcoming election. In order to aid in this endeavor, I have compiled a list of online articles and resources related to voting. People are busy in this season but also need to think carefully about these issues, so I hope it provides easier access to helpful … More Election Resources for Christians (2020)
Book review for David F. Wells, The Courage to Be Protestant: Reformation Faith in Today’s World, 2nd edition. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing, 2017. Summary: Last Shepherds’ Conference (2020) I picked this book up on my way out the bookstore. I figured I’d give it a read and I am grateful that I was given the opportunity to … More Book Review: “The Courage to Be Protestant: Reformation Faith in Today’s World” by David F. Wells
“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” – Philippians 4:6–7. We live in an information saturated world. For Christians this can … More An Overlooked Weapon Against Anxiety
I understand that discussions on the relationship between the young and old are sensitive. In our society, they are often pitted against one another. It is young vs. old or even inexperienced vs. experience. Scripture even recognizes the tension that exists between the young and the old, “Do not sharply rebuke an older man, but rather … More Experience is Not Enough