Month: May 2009

Review of Mat Kearney’s City of Black and White

My plan is to write my thoughts as I listen to each song. There seems to be no other way to really justify doing this review for such a long-awaited album (for me, anyway) and from one of my favorite artist, if not my… Continue Reading “Review of Mat Kearney’s City of Black and White”

Women in the Church

N.T. Wright is a highly regarding theologian in the PCA/EPC circle in which I now run. As many times, since I’ve been in St. Louis, that I’ve heard arguments against women leading in the church, I was shocked to find Wright’s position on this… Continue Reading “Women in the Church”

You know what I love about….

living in a big city? Is seeing previews for movies like this and knowing I get to see them the weekend they open. Yea!

I’ve been waiting for this day…

for a very, very long time. More after I’ve had a full listen!!!

Top Ten Things I Love About House

10.This episode. Broke my heart. 9. His T-Shirt collection (mostly vintage, and somehow they all seem to do with death..) 8. The completely unrealistic medical traumas (one of my small group members is a doctor and he told me that none of the stuff… Continue Reading “Top Ten Things I Love About House”


I’ve discovered something about myself recently that feels insurmountable. I’ve been taking a class on Wednesday nights at my church on the book The Peacemaker by Ken Sande. As we finished up the book as a class, the last time we spent together was… Continue Reading “Initiating”

Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina (praying through scripture) isn’t something I practice a lot. I first tried it last fall, as part of a book I read for my youth ministry class: Contemplative Youth Ministry (highly recommended, by the way.) I taught last week and will teach… Continue Reading “Lectio Divina”