“My husband was a Christian when we got married,” Anna began. It’s not the first time I’ve heard this story: An intelligent man, unable to square his faith with his logic, walks away from faith. I was like Anna’s husband once. I told Anna that in college I didn’t become… Read More
I’ve seen a lethargic infant girl held in the skeleton arms of her mother. I’ve heard eyewitnesses tell stories of how religious warfare destroyed their life and nation. I’ve prayed with a leper whose healing has never come. I’ve been rebutted by eloquent atheist apologists spewing razor-sharp logic and philosophy.… Read More
I’m in a hotel room in Lincoln, Nebraska munching on a cinnamon roll courtesy of the kind folks at Union College – maybe the most encouraging college campus I’ve ever set foot on. I sang songs from Third World Symphony and spoke about Compassion International with students last night. And… Read More
“When you were depressed,” she asked, “did you lose your faith?” Her lip trembled, a dam holding back the depths. View Post
Dan Cathy’s conversation with Ken Coleman about leadership (and gay marriage) made headlines. In the wake of his remarks, supporters of gay marriage took a stand by boycotting Dan’s company, Chick-fil-A. Some Christians took a stand by buying more chicken. Many bloggers took a stand.
And in my inbox…”Why haven’t you taken a stand on this yet?” View Post
I believe eating right will extend my life and improve its quality. Until I’m offered a Swiss Cake Roll. View Post