So what do we do? That’s my question along with millions more this morning. Innocent people gunned down from both sides of an emotionally charged issue. Racist fear. Burning anger. Bullets sent back. Urban war zones. Exhausted nation. It’s time, (more…)
An open letter from an evangelical pastor to Christians in America,
Please let’s not have one single person who follows Jesus act like Job’s friends this week as we mourn those killed in the largest mass shooting in our history. What do I mean? (more…)
I’ve heard about the family meeting concept a hundred times and I generally wince at the idea. I don’t think a corporate construct is going to work for my little tribe. Even so, (more…)
There is one question that will create a way out every conflict. The problem is that most people don’t ask this question. (more…)
In 2014 the Gallup organization confirmed a real epidemic in America. 68.5% of working Americans reported to either hate their jobs or to be disengaged from their work and basically just enduring it.
Consider this (more…)
Moses’ dream died. He longed to enter the Promised Land, a land flowing with milk and honey, with his people. He miraculously marched them out of torturous slavery, endured 40 years of grueling journeys, grumbling doubters, and glorious moments with the God of heaven. He paid the price, but his dream still died. He would not enter the Promised Land, period.
Our dreams die too. (more…)
We are afraid of death. We don’t talk about death. We hide the weakness that emerges with the onset of death. Not David Bowie. (more…)