I specify each step of the process for you not because it is all that interesting but so you can see how easy it is. This is to my embarrassment because I often do it wrong. Continue reading Making Coffee
My wife and I are at the beginning of the adoption process, and I am growing increasingly excited about our future son or daughter. What I’m particularly excited for is sharing how I see the world with him or her. I’ve always been a better communicator through writing than through talking, and so I’ve decided to write out short reflections on everyday things or everyday … Continue reading Series Preface: Letters to an Adopted Child
For the Christian, there is a starting point, a goal, a setting, and a vehicle. Here’s what Philippians 2:14-15 says: Continue reading A Snapshot of the Trajectory of the Christian Life
We treat the minutes of our day much like we treat the dollars in our pocket, considering how we might spend what we mistake to be ours. Continue reading How Does the Bible Talk About Time?
Like any good book, this book seeks to discover and reveal truth about humanity. But this quest is such a priority for this novel that even its characters pursue it. Continue reading The Novel, Human Experience, and God’s Good News
As someone who knew Jesus personally, John offers his introduction. Here are three snapshots of how John describes his friend and Savior. Continue reading What John 1 Taught Me about Who Jesus Is
Christian, let’s not get lost in looking forward when there is so much to look back on as well. As we start this new year, I want to encourage you to remember these two realities, and to respond with this one response. Continue reading 2 Realities for this New Year and 1 Response