Wichita State University and Marshall University will compete in the NCAA basketball tournament today. Even though it’s their first meeting in basketball, the schools share an inseparable bond. A bond of shared tragedies. … More Faith in the Midst of Tragedy
In imitating Christ and Christ-followers, we find more than models for the Christian life. We find inspiration. … More Following Heroes of the Faith
As this is All Saints Day, it’s fitting to ask, “How does one become a saint?” I recently was reminded of the answer while unraveling a family mystery. … More How Does One Become a Saint?
Americans spend more than 10 hours a day staring at soft glowing screens. It’s healthier to move some of the time consuming to creating. … More A Case for Creating over Consuming
The backstory about Conversations about Faith & Life speaks to the challenges of discipleship in the local congregation. … More The “Conversations about Faith & Life” Backstory
If you’re in an creative or emotional dry season, here’s five practical ideas for refreshing a stale ministry. … More Five Ideas for Refreshing a Stale Ministry
This post is for people who say they are “spiritual but not religious” or “love Jesus but the church.” It’s also for the people who love said people. … More An Olive Branch for Spiritual but Irreligious People