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Category: culture

A Short Guide to Cultural Engagement in the Pacific Northwest

A little over a decade ago every pastor in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho embraced the new moniker of the Pacific Northwest (PNW) being the least churched region in the USA. It was a battle cry, a call to arms of cultural engagement for Christians living in the area. Now when you walk into churches, especially […]


Category: culture

Yes, We’re Talking About Selfies

When the Oxford Dictionaries named “selfie” as the word of the year for 2013 they were not providing commentary as to whether it was a good or a bad thing for our culture. Instead, they presented the word as one that had grown in popularity to the point where its use was now ingrained in […]


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What I’m Feasting On

Back in October I shared a post highlighting what I’d been consuming, with the idea behind this being that what we take in shapes who we become. Whether positively or negative the things that we spend our time engaging with have a powerful influence. Several years ago Donald Miller spoke at a men’s retreat I […]


Category: culture

What I’m Feasting On

Over the past two months I’ve taken the longest break from consistent writing since I started this blog. One of my goals in doing this was to provide myself the extra space to begin reading. 7 months into being a dad all my normal rhythms for reading, writing, silence, and prayer were completely gone. It […]


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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 […]


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Moving the Church Beyond the Industrial Revolution

In the early to mid 1800s a significant cultural change took place that had direct ramifications upon the church. Today we know this change as The Industrial Revolution. This change continues even today as people move from rural areas into cities to work white-collar jobs as opposed to the blue-collar jobs many had previously worked […]


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