It’s classic Wright, a long and sprawling work that reads like a novel and manages to talk about (almost) everything from Genesis 1 to Revelation 22:21. The… Read more “The Day The Revolution Began: Thoughts on N.T. Wright’s work on the death of Jesus”
Hi Friends, You’ve likely seen or heard about the article that Time Magazine has put out about InterVarsity and our stance on same-sex relationships and marriage. My social… Read more “InterVarsity and Time”
It’s late, I have a final due in a week and a major project due for grad class. All I can think about is the aroma of… Read more “Transiency”
I’m at a coffee shop in Lenexa taking my day off to read and study and write and I just met this guy who is a walking embodiment of Kansas City millennials and the culture (he “social medias” about the brands that he wears and obviously spends a great deal of time thinking about how to express who he is in the things that he buys and the coffee he drinks.) So I just look up from my computer and ask him a question and he just starts pouring everything out.
He said “I feel like I’m in a place where I’m completely alone and coffee has been such a lifeline,” and then he said “coffee people have been there for me because I just went through a divorce and I just feel alone” and my heart broke for this dude. And so I got to talk to him for a couple minutes and give him my info and just say, “Man, when you’re lonely again hit me up. I’m a complete stranger but the way God has made things is that we weren’t meant to be alone.”
Take your headphones out sometimes. Smile at someone and ask them a question. People are hurting. Be present.
What is the church? What does it mean to be the church? Let’s explore briefly together, but I’ve got to keep it short or else I’ll just… Read more “The Church is a Politics: Part 3”
Last week in part one, I tried to give an introduction to the messy but beautiful realm of the reign of God by focusing on how the… Read more “The Gospel is a Politics Part Two”
This Election Season is a Doozy Huh!? I hope to explore the role of the gospel and politics, Christians and the public square, in the next several… Read more “Is the Gospel Political? Part I”