I’ve been in a full-leg brace for several weeks. I wiped out on ice, went flying in the air with my hands full and landed on the edge of my walkway step outside my home. The result was a strained and partially-torn quadriceps muscle. The good news is that it was not a complete […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Whether Kelly or Shaquille
It was at a CCEF conference on “Sex Matters” that I heard a speaker give one of the most perceptive approaches to celibacy in singleness that I had heard to date. She said two things that struck me. One, she said we often look at singleness as a problem to be solved rather than […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on In the Name of Grace
Natural catastrophes like the F-5 tornado outside Oklahoma City and human atrocities such as the murder of the British soldier in London or shootings of school children in Connecticut shake us to the core. We reel at the pain and horror of it all. Our hearts break at the suffering shown us by the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on When Tornadoes Twist Our View of God
So many people I know are going through great distress. Some are dealing with severe health issues. Others are buckling under the weight of unrelenting relationship conflict. Others are seemingly trapped in thankless jobs. As I have been praying for these dear brothers and sisters in Christ, reflecting on how oppressive their situations are […]Continue Reading... No Comments.