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BLOG: Is 2020 America’s Babel?
Jun23

BLOG: Is 2020 America’s Babel?

2020 was the year. Because 2020 was a natural aim for renewed vision (20/20…get it?), many organizations and leaders placed great expectations on the dawn of the decade. As the time drew near, goals from personal success to organizational overhaul looked to the broadening 2020 horizon as the arrival of achievement, satisfaction and a charge toward new beginnings in a modern future. A prospect of promise, a forecast of hope and a...

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BLOG: What I will teach my kids about racism
Jun01

BLOG: What I will teach my kids about racism

Like many of us today, I find myself at a loss. I don’t know how to help heal the deep racial fractures exposed in recent days. I don’t know if I can. I understand the immediate frustration—the desire to swing at something—as forces beyond personal control press and re-exasperate already unfathomable wounds. If there were a button to change it all, I would press it quickly and forcefully. Sadly, no such quick-fix exists. Racism is a...

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Remembering Ravi Zacharias
May20

Remembering Ravi Zacharias

When one thinks of Christian apologetics, many appropriate descriptors come to mind. One may think of a soldier with a sword attacking the lies of the enemy. An apologist is a fighter. One may think of a protector with a shield guarding the once-for-all Gospel delivered to the saints. An apologist is a defender. Yet Ravi Zacharias, one of the world’s foremost Christian apologists, saw his role quite differently. Ravi saw himself not...

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The Time In-Between
Apr29

The Time In-Between

We are all in a state of in-between. In-between comes with a lot of questions: When can we go back? Are we okay right now? What’s happening that we don’t know about? One thing that brings me solace in a time of in-between is that the Bible says a lot about this state of being. In fact, most people in the Scripture who sought to follow God did so in a state between a time of stability and a future state of rest. Some followed well....

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What Doesn’t Comfort Me About Jesus
Apr20

What Doesn’t Comfort Me About Jesus

What comforts you about Jesus? My immediate thoughts run to His grace, mercy and love. In fact, when considering many of the songs we sing and literature we read about Jesus, much of it focuses on the comfort of these divine attributes. Yet when I consider what all of these things have in common, in some ways they can all be used as means of self-justification. We often want to use God’s grace as a license to sin. We want to use His...

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