The blog I planned to post today was written last night after I watched the 20/20 special on Steubenville. It’s really long and needs to be edited so that the gospel shines through more than my anger. Thankful that grace provides additional time and prevents me from clicking “publish” too soon. Stay tuned…Read more "Pause…"
It was the first time I’d heard her story, and I quickly realized that I am a slug. Slugs should not be confused with the cute, furry creatures with long fingernails known as sloths. Slugs are slimy, belly crawlers that leave a trail of residue resembling the shirt sleeve of a kindergartner. It’s not a […]Read more "Giving Up"
I’d never been in the cab of an 18-wheeler before. It was bigger than I imagined. My roommate and I squished together in the passenger seat, which was separated from the driver’s seat by a center console so wide nobody could reach across it without extreme effort and stretching. That console was now the only […]Read more "Truck Drivers, Spare Tires and the Gospel Pt. 3"
It’s already been one month. Can you believe it? One month ago today, the countdown was over and The Everyday Gospel was launched. You, my faithful readers, have been kind, civil and encouraging, so I thought I would share a state-of-the-blog post, by the numbers. 1642–the number of times this blog has been viewed in […]Read more "One Month Later… and some Technology Tutoring"
Tim Keller offers a wonderfully gracious answer.Read more "Are the People with the Megaphones on the Street Corner Preaching the Gospel?"
Since those memorable stormy occasions from my childhood, weather technology has improved and I’ve managed to stay sane through grapefruit sized hailstones falling through the skylights at the local mall, a tornado near a nuclear power plant when I was responsible for five teenagers’ lives and I watched on television as a tornado ripped through […]Read more "Storms Pt. 3"
Because society has become so visually oriented, infographics are intended to present multiple pieces of information in a simple and concise manner. Today you learned something about technology AND the gospel. 🙂Read more "Gospel Infographic"
Gun control is the hot topic around the country right now. Apparently the Sandy Hook shooting was the straw that broke the camel’s back. As with every other issue in the nation, this one is divisive. I will likely tick off somebody. But if the goal is to apply the gospel to everyday happenings, this […]Read more "7 thoughts on gun control… and the gospel"
Nineteen days ago I posted a countdown on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest for a couple of reasons. The first being to make me actually post the blog. It’s been on the back burner for so long in the “someday” file that I knew it would never happen if I didn’t announce it publicly. What’s […]Read more "The countdown is over"