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”
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”
living in a big city? Is seeing previews for movies like this and knowing I get to see them the weekend they open. Yea!
for a very, very long time. More after I’ve had a full listen!!!
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 (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”