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A Letter For My SonSubscriber Access Only
A letter to my son, who is a testament to God's wild goodness
Will We Ever Get Beyond Race?Subscriber Access Only
After Trayvon Martin, we need only look to churches to see a glimmer of potential.
Really, It's Okay To Be SingleSubscriber Access Only
In order to protect marriage, we should be careful not to denigrate singleness.
When Pastors Lose Their SwaggerSubscriber Access Only
When pastors lose their swagger, they find the true heart of ministry.
Why A Little Denomination Hopping Is Not A Bad ThingSubscriber Access Only
Although sometimes frowned upon, experience with other Christian traditions may be just what we need right now.
How to Destroy Your PastorSubscriber Access Only
What threatens pastors most is not the attack that comes from outside the church, but the criticisms of cliques from within.
Confessions of a Bad DadSubscriber Access Only
What gave me hope despite my repeated parenting failures.
'Daddy, Why Do People Steal from Us?'
How I answered the question would prove crucial to addressing racial divides in our D.C. neighborhood.
Why Pastors Don't Get PoliticalSubscriber Access Only
Pastors often loathe to weigh in on controversial topics. There are reasons.
Third CultureSubscriber Access Only
Faith...from the hyphenated point of view
Dancing With CancerSubscriber Access Only
Suffering and joy are not mutually exclusive. God can be present in both. An excerpt from Peter's book.
Please Stop Asking 'But What About...?'Subscriber Access Only
True sympathy is wonderful. Playing one form of suffering against another is not.
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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