For most of my childhood, I lived across the road from my grandparents' house. If you were to drive down the road that separated our homes, you would notice a path that connected the two homes. This narrow trail, worn into the grass, stretched down the embankment from my family's double-wide trailer, across the road, … Continue reading A Well-Worn Path
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With seminary, work, and family, this year has been a blur. Because of this, I limited most of my reading to the books my professors assigned. School is over now, and I'm looking for some good books to read over the next few months. One of the many reasons why I like this time of … Continue reading Best Books Round-up
As a full-time seminary student, I have to work part-time jobs in order to help support my family. One of the jobs that I have is delivering flowers. A perk of floral delivery, besides periodically taking home free flowers to my wife, is being able to listen to a large amount of audio content while … Continue reading 5 Podcasts That Might Interest You
I recently wrote an article for Shout! Outdoor Lifestyle Magazine. The article explains how I wrestled with the morality of hunting in light of our responsibility to picture new creation with our lives. You can check out the article HERE.
Grace is messy. You don't wash up before receiving grace. We treat grace like a first date, trying to dress and act in such a way to attract the other. But Grace is not for the clean and attractive. Grace reaches down into the grave through the gunk of our sin to the rotten flesh … Continue reading Grace is…
Ever since I was a boy, I've been drawn to the power of story. Whether it was a movie or book, a good story could easily set its hooks in me, not allowing me to move until it was finished. I don't think I'm unique in this because we Christians are a people of The … Continue reading The Master Carpenter