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.
A reckoning is underway in the Evangelical church, particularly in the ranks of high profile church leaders and pastors. News … Continue reading A Vision of Healthy Pastoral Leadership
Mother’s Day is a blessing and a time of great joy for many women. However, Mother’s Day can be really … Continue reading For the women who hurt on Mother’s Day
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
I’ve found in most cases that absolute confidence is mostly a mirage. The bravest, most experienced and deeply faithful sometimes, … Continue reading Hope for the Doubter
Webster’s definition of “Trust”: a: assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something b: one … Continue reading 4 practical ways to grow your trust in God
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 most dangerous enemies are stealthy. The heart of man is particularly susceptible to silent killers. The scary reality is … Continue reading The Stealth Enemy of the Heart: Comparison
Dear Normal Pastor, The internet is a wonderful and terrible thing. There are more helpful resources at your fingertips than … Continue reading Dear Normal Pastor
“I know exactly how you feel.” Have you ever said that to someone to help them feel better? If someone … Continue reading 4 reasons we should all stop saying “I know exactly how you feel.”