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Category: Christians

Dear Christian, Your Politics Are Ruining Your Witness

Today is election day. A general election to be specific. In my home state we find out whether recreational use of cannabis will be allowed, whether illegal immigrants will be able to obtain driver’s cards, and whether non-GMO products must be labeled as such. Nothing earth-shattering, but clearly important issues. I voted. I will not, however, be […]


Category: Christians

When Christians Fight

Several years ago, I got into a debate with a close friend and the conversation went quickly south. What began as a discussion about our theological and political differences ended up in a shouting match in which each person’s character was called into question. I went into the argument with a “win-at-all-costs” mentality. Winning a […]


Category: Christians

How to Fail as a Christian in a Post-Christian World

Ever since writing a book on holiness the first question I typically get asked is how Christians should engage the increasingly unchristian culture around them. America, and many other first world countries, were largely Christian nations in generations past. But today this is no longer the case. Today the center of culture is out in […]


Category: Christians

Welcoming the Mystery of Depression

I’ve written before about how the struggles many have with depression really hits home for me. It’s something that several people close to me struggle with off and on, to the point of needing medical help to combat the recurring issues. Studies show that around 25% of the US population has struggled with depression for […]


Category: Christians

Don’t Pass the Blame

I saw this video earlier this week after it was posted on The Resurgence blog. They have a great blog with a lot of good material, it’s one of the few blogs that I subscribe to. I think the video posted is clever enough that most Christians will agree with it and even pass it […]


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