Monthly Archives: January 2011

Are Facebook (and the church) making you sad?

I really appreciate Russell Moore’s ministry. I had the privilege of serving as his producer on many of the radio broadcasts he did when filling in for Albert Mohler on “The Albert Mohler Program.” And the thing I appreciated most … Continue reading

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A New Systematic Theology Worth Getting

I’m really looking forward to the new systematic theology by Michael Horton entitled The Christian Faith: A Systematic Theology for Pilgrims on the Way. And I especially appreciate the emphasis Horton places on theology for discipleship. Horton explains a bit … Continue reading

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Day to Day Pours Out Speech

With a very encouraging note the picture below was emailed to me today. For those that might not know, this was taken in Bellingham Bay which is just down the street from the church where I serve. The note also … Continue reading

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Abortion: “Staggers the Moral Imagination”

A recent article in The New York Times highlights the “chilling” abortion rate in New York City. And it has the attention of the city’s religious leaders: Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan of New York joined other local religious leaders on Thursday in … Continue reading

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What are you addicted to?

At Immanuel Bible Church, where I have the privilege of serving on the pastoral staff, I’m currently working with a member who is in the grip of destructive addictions. A helpful resource I’ve been working through is Addictions: A Banquet in … Continue reading

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