"There is no Christian Mind . . . The Christian Mind has succumbed to the secular drift with a degree of weakness unmatched in Christian History." That was written in 1963 by Harry Blamires. Lately I've been grappling with a couple of topics: evangelism and worship. Much could be said about these. I'll not attempt some decisively fresh or profound commentary on them. The truth is that they were simply the means God used to re calibrate my heart. As I was thinking through these [...]
From time to time, I'll think a lot about biblical community. What it is in a practical sense. How I can contribute to it in my own sphere. Whether I have purposely (or inadvertently) hampered or neglected it from time to time in my own life. I believe that we are each wired to desire it, much like we are wired with a deep hunger for a personal relationship with God. Yet, it seems that which so many long for is seldom experienced. Why is [...]
I ran across this book review by my dear friend, Wyman Richardson. This book affected me profoundly when I first read it years ago. I still pick it up and read through it once or twice a year. Out of Solitude by Henri Nouwen Ave Maria PressReviewed by Wyman Richardson - 2/22/2001 One could make the argument that the most powerful things in life are simple and brief - a passing word of encouragement from a friend, a glance from one's spouse, a child's laugh, [...]
I was cleaning out some videos and ran across this one I had downloaded from YouTube. It's pretty good.