5 Ways To Share Your Beliefs Without Being a Jerk

Right + Rude = Wrong. Someone mentioned that to me and it has stuck ever since. The counsel is timely, especially in circles where truth claims are criticized and those who express them, in extreme cases, are dismissed as anachronistic. But is there a way to share your convictions without being snooty or insular? HereContinue reading “5 Ways To Share Your Beliefs Without Being a Jerk”

A 3-Step “Hack” for Examining and Enjoying Scripture

Articulating the “why” and implementing the “how” are two things. That’s why some may spit some smoove words to you, but may not actually have game. OHHHHH! But that’s a topic for another day. (Get it together, Kevin.) The more I spend time with well-intentioned Christians, especially youth and young adults, the more I realize thatContinue reading “A 3-Step “Hack” for Examining and Enjoying Scripture”

Why Bible Reading is Difficult and What you Can Do About It.

“ It’s too boring…” “It’s too hard…” “It’s not relevant…” “I don’t get it…” “It’s too old…” And they go on. I’ve heard them, you’ve heard them. Let’s face it: Reading the Bible can sometimes be a slow death experience. Maybe it hasn’t for you. But it surely has been for me. Pastors, teachers, andContinue reading “Why Bible Reading is Difficult and What you Can Do About It.”

The Gospel According to Sriracha

There are two kinds of people in this world. People who have tried Sriracha. And people who have not. If you are here, chances are that either you know what Sriracha is, have tried it, or wondering where this gospel is found in the Bible ( check in the appendix…… just kidding) For those fallingContinue reading “The Gospel According to Sriracha”