A Hermeneutical Influence Often Ignored?

I’ve been involved in several conversations as of late about the hermeneutical influences that often shape our reading, understanding, and application of Scripture. As I’ve stated before, it’s quite helpful if we’re aware of the types of ideas...

Creating Memories in the Midst of Remembering

As some of you know, last year my Grandma died. I got to spend a week at her bed-side in Anchorage, AK before she passed away too. In fact, I wrote about “Learning to love like Grandma” when I was with her. I still miss her a lot. Well I’m back in...

5 Ways to Winsomely Treat Broken People like Individuals

Assuming that people experience brokenness in a variety of ways, I think it’s safe to say that our churches are full of people with issues. They might not admit it, but they have them. You have them. I have them. We all have them. Church is a crazy place full of...