It seems that the goals we set for ourselves, whether it be losing weight or organizing our home, can be achieved as long as we have the willpower to do it. Trouble is, willpower is not just something that can magically appear — it takes much more than talking yourself into doing something.
“The categories of oppression and liberation provide combat gear, not a pin-striped suit or a dinner dress; they are good for fighting, but not for negotiating or celebrating.” Miroslav Volf, Exclusion and Embrace This month marks the third anniversary of my role as Lead Pastor. As I look back I can see the process I’ve … Continued
A Memo to Languishing Prophets My dear, disillusioned ones, I see what you want for the world. I love how you care. When folks ask how you are, you answer in big ways: How your heart breaks for the brokenness, How your spirit longs for all that is missing. You want to see healing but it’s never enough. May I … Continued