Writing and the possibility of failure

I have been writing a blog for a little over two years now. And in that time I have done a lot of writing. One of my aspiring dreams is to be an author of an acutal published book. And not just a published book, but one that people read. Haaaaa. In fact, if you read...

Are thorns choking out your life?

Matthew 13 The Parable of the Sower 1 That same day Jesus went out of the house and sat by the lake. 2 Such large crowds gathered around him that he got into a boat and sat in it, while all the people stood on the shore. 3 Then he told them many things in parables,...

What kind of theologian was Karl Barth?

Benjamin Myers has written a great post, Ten Propositions on Karl Barth. As I have said many times, Karl Barth is one of my favorite theologians and one of the most influential on my life, theology, preaching, etc. But his volume of work is so huge that one is alwalys...

Scot McKnight on Ted Haggard….

Scot McKnight’s post Ted Haggard and the Evangelical Environment may be the best post on this issue that I have read. Thanks Scot for writing with such clarity and getting to some of the deeper issues in this matter. Scot McKnight, Ted...

Christian Machismo…

Kristie Vosper has some comments and reflections about gender roles and masculinity after her visit to Mark Driscoll’s church. It’s a good post by Kristie and I think an honest reflection, where she both enjoyed the church, agreed with a lot of the...

Kristin Armstrong’s blog….

Kristin Armstrong, whom some of you might know as Lance Armstrong’s ex-wife (though I know her identity is more than that, but at least you can make the connection here) has a great blog. One of the reasons I like her blog is her writing about the connection...