Serving Millennials on the Journey Toward Significant Life
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What I’m Feasting On

This is my 4th installment of “What I’m Feasting On”–a post where I share some of the new music, books, blogs, and television I’ve been engaging with lately. As a dad of two toddlers, these posts are extremely infrequent. Why? There’s only so much time for free time hobbies that involve reading, listening, and watching. […]


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Whose Lives Matter?

There’s a debate taking place right now, maybe you’ve noticed too because it has been impossible to ignore: #BlackLivesMatter followed closely behind by #AllLivesMatter followed recently by the #BlueLivesMatter push. This is my attempt to cut through the noise. Let me first acknowledge that I have little to no ability to claim experiential authority on this […]


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Being Black

I don’t know what it’s like to be black in the United States. I’ve only ever been white, my whole life. Last night video showed a man dying in the seat of his car, having been shot by a police officer while he was grabbing his ID the officer asked for, having already identified his […]


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The Danger of Likes (or why I joined Snapchat)

I joined Snapchat. There, I said it. I admit it. If you want proof, find me here. I joined Snapchat because I was sick of hearing people joining and loving it. I knew all the bad press, all the misuses of the app, but I decided to give it a shot. And I have to […]


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Why I Will Not Be Voting for a President This Year

Barring the unlikely 3rd party candidate I’d like to see come forward, I will not be voting for a President in this year’s United States Presidential election. The reasons why are a bit convoluted, so let me share my own context. I’m a pastor at an evangelical church where the majority of the congregation is […]


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I’m Busy

“I’m busy.” This is the answer I get most often from people when I ask them “how are you?” It’s quickly replacing “fine” or “good” as the go-to answer for most people. It’s their way of saying they don’t have time to talk to you. Technology has made large parts of life significantly more efficient, […]


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