Peeing in the Easter Basket

After listening to a sermon the other day I posted on Facebook a very strong opinion about how preachers should do their preaching. The specific preacher I was listening to at the time was circling round and round a point for what seemed way too long, never really saying much. Being entertaining, but not communicatingContinue reading “Peeing in the Easter Basket”

Relational vs. Robitic

Faith when rightly approached develops into the most stable relationship man can ever know. And relationships are based on interactions. Conversations with warm fuzzies, tough talks with ultimatums, fights, silent treatments, romance, cudd…les, emotions, commitments, promises, love sickness, etc. etc. Soooo, it might be best if we quit faking the funk. Some days are hard.Continue reading “Relational vs. Robitic”

Not So Among You

My friend Kelsey once introduced me to her dad as her pastor, a title I both love and hate. It’s a biblical term and one that I am called to. I love pastoring and shepherding  people, helping them to get disentangled from the evil that seeks to entrap them. Much to my surprise, Kelsey toldContinue reading “Not So Among You”

Interviewing an Alien

Here is an interview with Francis Chan, a recovering Mega-church pastor who began to reject his own fame to follow the Spirit of God. The interviewers seem to be simply confused by him and attempt to pick his brain… attempt to poke fun at him. It’s clear that he has no idea what he’s getting himself into.  LoveContinue reading “Interviewing an Alien”

Dallad Willard on His Spiritual Practices

A short video interview with the late Dallas Willard, one of the most profound Christian thinkers of our time. I love to hear about disciple’s personal lives with Christ. I think that there are so many telling things about our faith by sharing our personal spiritual practices. And this is no different. I can’t sayContinue reading “Dallad Willard on His Spiritual Practices”