Should we finally and fully give ourselves complete permission to embrace the uncertainty of The Wandering, simply because the wonder of life is discovered most fully in the wandering of life?
No intro needed here. Let’s get right to it. Now that I’m out of the day-to-day pastoral ministry pace, I feel like I can look back and see everything more clearly. Like WAY MORE clearly. And I see with extreme clarity the things I’d do
Once upon a time, I was visiting an out of town church, listening to a pastor who was becoming increasingly popular with those crazy Millennials. He wasn’t a rock star pastor, but more like an opening band pastor. I had been through a brutal year
If God’s heart all along has been to shine a light to all nations, and if the intentions from that heart are for all people to fully experience the weight of His glory and His lavished intimacy (inasmuch as those are possible while we’re still
“Help!” I screamed it at the top of my dry and desperate lungs. “I don’t know how to get to You, and I don’t know how to get You to come to me.” You’re probably thinking that I cried out these words before I became
Mother’s Day service programming may seem simple enough, at least on the outside. But when creative teams and pastors plan for these services, they must be aware of what’s happening on the inside – under the surface of the smiles and the hugs. There are