Monthly Archives: October 2016

Black Lives Matter, part 2

Like I said in my first post, Black lives matter. If you haven’t read it, you can read it here. Here’s my story about how I came to believe that, which in all honesty shouldn’t be that hard for us … Continue reading

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Black Lives Matter, part 1

Black Lives Matter. There I’ve said it.  As a white evangelical, I think it is time that more of us begin to say it. It shouldn’t be seen as anything heroic, but it will cause some to push back. I … Continue reading

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A Prodigal Culture

zeit·geist /ˈtsītˌɡīst,ˈzītˌɡīst/ noun: zeitgeist the defining spirit or mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time. (I love this word and have always wanted to actually use it in a sentence.) … Continue reading

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And The Brokenness Remains

    “Jesus wept.” This verse found in John 11:35 is the most poignant sentence ever written.  Two words, expressing one idea, boiled down to the simplest of words. A poem contained in a subject and a verb. The implications … Continue reading

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