Christian living

Wisdom Comes at the Crossroads

Wisdom Comes at the Crossroads

True wisdom is not hidden in some coded cipher on the back pages of a musty book. She’s clear, visible, and prominent. She wants to be found. She plans her locations like Walgreens.

Why You Can’t Let Yourself Feel Content

Why You Can’t Let Yourself Feel Content

The faster you descend from your mountaintop of success into feelings of failure and self-loathing, the better. That means you’ll get to your next high quicker.

The Sanction of Sin

The Sanction of Sin

The power comes in her offhanded delivery. At their initial encounter, the subtext is uneasy, electric with forbidenness. But then she casually disarms the security system—nothing to fear on the spiritual front

You’ve Overcommitted–Now What?

You’ve Overcommitted–Now What?

There are plenty of mistakes you can quietly go about fixing yourself. But when your error involves a promise or expectation given to someone else, it’s no longer a private matter.

Cheap Thrills

Cheap Thrills

Adultery is more like trying to get your summer tan in a single sunscreenless day at the beach.

Jesus is the Better Bitcoin

Jesus is the Better Bitcoin

Questions of value lead us to constantly look for something bigger, better and more lasting.

Keep Your Eyes on the Road

Keep Your Eyes on the Road

An hour later, lost and mudstained, you wonder how you got there in the first place. You don’t remember ever making a decision…it just happened.

Might Will Not Make Right

Might Will Not Make Right

The violent man is like a dragon sleeping on his horde of treasure—never able to use it, and never happy about it.

Good People Get Good Things

Good People Get Good Things

Most of the time, living with integrity turns out pretty well. Usually, illegal arms dealers do not live long, blissful lives, surrounded by beloved friends and family.

Politicians Are Not Jesus

Politicians Are Not Jesus

I don’t know a single person who needs to be convinced about the importance of politics, or the perks of power. People need Jesus.

Prepping for the Impending Apocalypse

Prepping for the Impending Apocalypse

don’t have a chicken coop or an imposing beard. I’ve never been hunting. I can barely keep succulents alive. I grew up in Philadelphia and feel the shame of my cosmopolitan softness every time I gas up behind the carheart-clad cowboy resting on his rusted Silverado.

DON'T MISS ANYTHING!

DON'T MISS ANYTHING!

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