I gave this speech in honor of my grandmother, Darlene Kay Haughn (December 22, 1942 – December 5, 2020). … More At the Graveside of My Mema
“He lives in his own world.” We all do. Christians must ask themselves, Am I willing to leave the comfort of mine in order to bring them the joy of Christ’s? … More Dungeons, Dragons, and the New Creation
Praise God for the extraordinary monotony of morning. In it, we can see and delight in him. … More No Mere Morning: Reflections on Good Friday
Explaining how a sin occurred can water down the reality that the sin occurred. True repentance will often say little and therefore much. … More Sometimes the Best Explanation Is ‘Forgive Me’
What makes a woman beautiful? Not ‘what’ — but ‘who.’ … More Who Makes a Woman Beautiful
We call ourselves “pretty” post-workout and “ugly” post-dessert. Will we remain chained to the rollercoaster ride of self? Freedom comes from listening to God call us “mine.” … More God Knows You Hate Your Body. He Cares.
When we think of God, does severity or mercy come first to mind? Graciousness ought to be our first thought. For God in Christ delights to love and bind broken sinners like you and me. … More Christ Will in No Way Cast You Out
Charles Dickens has much to teach us about the greatness of normality. … More Father, Make Us Common
Too much is at stake to make knowing God and his works a hobby. … More Emergency Medicine, the Gospel, and You
Like it or not, we consume what we read. Will we center our textual diet around humans who write or the God who wrote? … More What Do You Read for Breakfast?