#MeToo has brought up some pressing questions. We all have a part in it. So where do we go from here?
I just recently returned from a yearly mission trip to Guatemala. This was my third trip, and most of the activities were feeling fairly "old hat." I knew what to do, when to do it, and almost exactly what to expect. We visited two villages, spending two days in each village. We offered medical, dental,... Continue Reading →
A great read for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the origins of Christianity and the rise of the Jesus movement from obscure backwater cult to worldwide prominence.
The gaping blind spot in most Christians' theology is this: We are not called to be countercultural. We are called to be Christlike. And those don't always conflict.