Empty White Boxes

Three hundred and sixty-five empty white boxes. I have an empty calendar for 2015, as have you. Sure, we all know of some commitments we will have this year. There … Continue Reading →

So, I Married A Lion

What do you know about your personality? Are you introverted? Do you enjoy being around people more than being alone? Adventurous? Perfectionistic? What are you like? Are you a thinker … Continue Reading →

The Duck, the Whole Duck, and Nothing But the Duck

It has nearly been a month since the daddy of the Duck Dynasty, Phil Robertson, stirred things up with his comments in the interview with GQ magazine. I know this … Continue Reading →

Apologetic Wednesday: Lazy Light Shining

When it comes to Christian evangelism, it seems that most people’s default strategy is “living out my faith before others.” I have heard It countless times, okay, I have even … Continue Reading →

The Hunger Games, Theology, and Western Culture

Catching Fire, the second installment of The Hunger Games is a film I have been excited to see all year. My level of anticipation to see the film was high, … Continue Reading →

C.S. Lewis: A Life Remembered

There are some events if your life that you are able to remember so vividly due to the pleasant emotions that surround the memories. When I was around the age … Continue Reading →

What Does It Matter What I Believe?

Everyone has beliefs. Everyone thinks (some more than others) about where they came from, what their purpose is, how they should handle morality, and whether or not there is a … Continue Reading →

Zombies, Porn, and Your Kids

This past weekend my son so generously shared his stomach virus with me. This was no run of the mill stomach virus. It was brutal. So, I did what I … Continue Reading →

18 Things I Want My Son to Know About Life

Recently, Douglas Groothuis shared some advice that he gave a young man about to begin college. I thought it was tremendous, practical, simple, and yet profound wisdom. I hope my … Continue Reading →

Apologetic Wednesday: Loving the Idea of God

With 78% of Americans labeling themselves as Christians one quickly wonders, “What does it mean to be a Christian?” When you look across America, you don’t see nearly 8 out … Continue Reading →


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