Douglas Wilson’s new book “Rules for Reformers” is so far the best written book that I have read by him. Conservatives are going to love it for what it says, and they are not going to like it for what it means. Liberals are just not going to like it. But that is to be […]Read more "Book Review: Rules for Reformers by Douglas Wilson"
I remember hearing a while back about some parents who decided that because their children had broken a family heirloom and lied about it, they would be cancelling Christmas for all 3 of their children. While I do believe it is appropriate to discipline our children for not telling the truth I believe these parents […]Read more "Canceling Christmas"
I heard a story recently about a man at a Star Bucks drive through who felt compelled by God to pay for the coffee for the person behind him. So he did, and the person that he paid for was so touched that he paid for the car behind him. This continued uninterrupted for hours. […]Read more "Glory and Consequence."
One of the biggest (and most dangerous) assumptions that we can make as Christians especially around Christmas time is that “none of my friends want me to invite them to Church.” Christmas eve stands as an incredible opportunity to invite those close to us who do not have a relationship with Jesus and/or those who […]Read more "Just ask!"
This past Saturday and Sunday I asked a question that has been running around in my head all week. “Why does the voice of wisdom threaten me?” In asking the question I realized the truth; I sometimes don’t want to hear from God or from others who have wisdom for me because I usually know […]Read more "Take the ride."