Scholars have no idea who Agur, the author of Proverbs 30 was, but the ancient words he authored speak to … Continue reading Ancient Words for Modern Times
“The past few days have really been hard.” I’ve heard some version of those well-meaning words several times in the … Continue reading The pursuit of justice requires more than we think.
We’re experiencing challenging times in the midst of COVID-19. I launched Fireside Chats with Brad to encourage, inspire, help and … Continue reading Fireside Chats with Brad
We’re more connected than ever – technologically, and more disconnected than ever – relationally. How do proximity and relationship pave … Continue reading United: Hope and Healing in a divided world.
In my Psalm 88 message, Hope in the Darkness, I said this: “Inner suffering is just as real as external … Continue reading Anxiety, Depression and Medication | Hope in the Darkness
Over the last several weeks the enforcement of a zero-tolerance policy that separates children from their parents who are seeking … Continue reading Responding To Cultural Crises: A Better Way Forward
I can fill a couple of shelves in my office with the books of pastors, conference speakers and others who … Continue reading The Dangerous Side Effects of Success
The cultural carnage in the days since Harvey Weinstein’s criminal allegations of sexual abuse broke has been nothing less than … Continue reading A hopeful path forward for men and women.
The hashtag #metoo has swept the internet this week in the wake of tragic news reports that multiple women were … Continue reading Confronting a Culture of Sexual Assault
There is a peculiar sense of loss felt when we witness unspeakable tragedy such as the mass shooting that devastated … Continue reading As it is in Heaven