Do I, or Anyone I Know, Have a Mental Illness?
My hope is that we in the church can understand wounds of the soul well enough that we move beyond the stigma we have associated with “mental” illness.
A Sanctuary for Each Other: The Protective Power of Clergy Marriages
For couples, finding sanctuary with each other and together with God can be a source of survival in high-stress ministry environments.
Four Marks of a Kingdom-centric Church
A church existing for the Kingdom of God will always be reminiscent of a heroic, rescue mission for one very loved and lost lamb.
One-on-One with Stephen Witmer on ‘A Big Gospel in Small Places’
My conversation with Stephen Witmer in the importance of serving in small town places.
All Good Things Must Come to an End
Every ending is a new beginning.
The Source of True Joy
Joy is not found in our circumstances.
How to Get the Most Out of Your Life
Six keys to being more productive in life and ministry.
Your Day in Court
His case is so convincing, so true, that it is beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are guilty.
Love Is Slow, but It Lasts
Final thoughts on family, faith, and what matters most.
"Looking for Ways to Build Bridges"
A conversation with CT editor Katelyn Beaty about blogging, books, and what's next.
Nine Favorite Posts from Thin Places
The best of faith, family, disability, and culture as I say goodbye to blogging.
Why I Need to Stop Blogging
The possibilities and limitations of logging life on the Internet.
10 Principles To Get The Best From Volunteer Church Leaders
Leaders will attend and volunteer at churches where they are honored as people and where their hard work and leadership skills are recognized and valued.
10 Questions More Important Than “What Was Your Sunday Attendance?”
Never let the excitement of higher attendance or the discouragement of lower attendance divert you from your church’s primary goal.
Church Methods Don’t Matter – Until We Do Them Wrong
We need to change our methods for the same reason I type using single spacing – because bad methods get in the way of the message.
Christians Are Not Afraid Of New Evidence, We Seek It Out
We should seek truth wherever it may be found, because we serve the author of all truth.
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