Category Archives: belief

Gay Marriage, the Church, and the Jesus Response

I was so thankful yesterday to get a Facebook inbox message from a friend who was concerned about the current argument in America over gay marriage. Like many Christians, she was concerned about the moral failure of the country. She had been watching Facebook and so have I. I too, have seen many comments like, “Why don’t people see what… Read more »

“Question Everything”

I encourage you to take a few minutes and watch the book trailer below. It’s for a book called, “Question Everything”: A Fresh Way to Read the Best-Selling Book of All Time. It doesn’t need my endorsement because it has a ton of them from people you already know. But it definitely has it. It’s a great tool for individual… Read more »

“Don’t Run In God’s House”: Church Cliches, Pt. 3

I was driving around with my six-year-old step-daughter Leslie the other day. She likes to talk, a lot. She especially likes to make observations about everything she sees. We live in a  town that I usually describe this way: “In this town, you can throw a rock in the air and either hit a church or a Chinese restaurant.” Anyway,… Read more »

Chick-Fil-A and John Cena, Professional Wrestler

I’ve been ignoring this whole Chick-Fil-A thing online. The founder of the institution was interviewed and said he opposed marriage between same sex people. That was his opinion. Those who disagreed jumped on him and decided to boycott. The Christians decided to make 8/1 a day to support his business. You can read the story anywhere. Seriously. Anywhere. Online. Unless… Read more »

Changing The Mind: Helping Others See How Wrong They Are

Ever notice how wrong other people are? All the time? I did. And I wrote an article for Provoketive Magazine about it. It’s pretty tongue in cheek, so don’t rush to any conclusions. Here’s an excerpt: Why is it so hard to change beliefs? I think we’ve all been there. I would guess most adults have changed their beliefs about… Read more »