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A Great Question to Promote Humility and Thankfulness

The Corinthian church had some pride issues. Many were “puffed up” and arrogant, even looking down on Paul who had delivered the gospel to them....

Worship Leader – Get Off the Platform

Worship Leader – get off the platform. Let me tell you what I don’t mean by that – and what I do mean. I don’t mean...

The Price of Constantly Checking Your Email

Ron Friedman writing on the Harvard Business Review blog has a beef with people who constantly check their email. And you know what? He’s got a...

6 Questions to Ask Ourselves in Conflict

In this fallen world, conflict is inevitable. Husbands and wives, parents and children/teens/adult kids, roommates, co-workers, brothers and sisters in Christ, believers and non-believers –...

Is It Too Loud? Worship Accompaniment Vs. Worship Immersion Culture

Afew years ago, after our worship gathering one Sunday morning, two very different people came to me. One was a young man in his late 20s,...

People Will Never Respect You Because Of What You’re ABOUT To Do

“My wife and I have thought about adopting for a while.”“I’ve always wanted to write a book.”“I think I might ask her out.”“Yea, next...

How to Have an Awkward Conversation: 5 Steps

You know that feeling you get when you need to talk to someone about that uncomfortable topic and it’s just time to finally address...

On July 4th Sunday: Be Careful Using Militaristic Language in the Church

Something we invariably witness on July 4th Sunday is video on the wide screens at some churches featuring fighter jets, soldiers, and waving flags....

Seven Rules for When You Meet a Pastor’s Kid

I am a PK (pastor’s kid). With that comes a certain set of expectations, especially from people in the church or who know my...

Reflections on Religious Freedom from a Christian Immigrant Perspective

I don’t want to take sides. I don’t want to stir up controversy. I don’t want to weigh in ‘just because…’  But I think it’s worth...

Where Do Pastors Get the Idea That the Bible Is Practical?

You have no idea the number of pastors who tell me that their unique gift is to teach the Bible from a practical perspective. They...

When You Preach on Sex You Don’t Preach to the Pure

We don’t live in a puritan world with Victorian social mores. It seems, though, that many pastors have yet to come to grips with this....

World Cup Worship

Ilove watching World Cup Soccer. With friends around the world in many of the countries represented, my heart rises and falls with every win,...

Thank God My Parents Didn’t Have an iPhone in the 80′s

I remember walking into our kitchen every morning on Sprucewood Dr. and seeing my dad sipping his coffee and reading the Atlanta Journal and...

Surely My Life Is Worth More Than Nineteen Feet of Stuff. Right?

According to the U-Haul website, a nineteen foot truck is sufficient to move a three bedroom house. After moving the contents of my three...

The Best Question You’ve Never Asked

Several months ago I was hired by a non profit organization here in Nashville to help them assess their marketing team and strategy. They...

When (If Ever) Is It OK to Criticize Other Christians?

I’m not sure if this puts my salvation in doubt, but here’s a link that’s absolutely must see. It’s a compilation someone posted on the...

Christians and the Disneyfication of Great Art

Kathleen and I are teaching at a media conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since we’re culture hounds, one night we went out to see...

Being a Doubter, Skeptic or Questioner Doesn’t Make You Awesome

These days, it’s considered cool for a Christian to be a questioner, a doubter, and a skeptic. We’re not going to accept the canned...

The Problem With Surrounding Yourself With Smart People

I grew up in the South and spent my early years watching buddies hang out their entire lives. Usually these buddies were picked because...
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