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Have we over-sexualized friendship?

Two fascinating articles came across my radar last week. Both of them deal with how the Evangelical culture has largely abandoned a spiritual view of friendship, and each challenged me on multiple levels. I think they make points worth pondering. Read more

4 reasons I’m afraid of silence

If you’re like me, you fill most waking moments with some sort of noise. Maybe it’s music, the radio, TV, Pandora, or podcasts. Too often, I find that the noise I’m shoving in my ears is my own voice. Read more

This Quote Has Been Haunting Me for Weeks

No short cut exists for a deeper spiritual life…the man who would know God must give time to Him.

~ A. W. Tozer

This quote by one of my favorite Christian authors has been haunting me for weeks.

Haunting me because I know it is true and no talk of “quality over quantity” can ever fully extinguish the conviction I have in my own soul that I don’t spend enough time with God. Read more

My Top 3 Leadership Struggles

I consider it an honor to lead in multiple areas of Christian ministry. From my university ministry day job to working on staff at my local church, leading is part of what I do and who I am. I sometimes even write about some of the things I have learned about leadership here and on social media, but I’m far from an expert. Although I think I’ve been given some gifts in the area of leadership, learning to lead in a Godly and effective way has been one of the hardest things I’ve done. Here are three leadership struggles I deal with on a daily basis: Read more

Freedom is more than liberty

I used to buy into the idea that freedom was about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I thought freedom was primarily the ability the make my own choices. Read more

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