Back in late-summer, I gathered up my birth certificate, my social security information and all the other necessary documentation, and I headed..
As I get older, I spend more time in front of the mirror each morning. The issue isn’t vanity — at least..
When I was a kid and asked my dad for money, he would reach into his pocket before I could even finish..
The work of disaster relief is more crucial than words can say — crucial, as in highly important and urgent, but also..
“When have you last had a good session with YOURSELF? Or have you EVER had it out with you?” Taken from “The..
A few months ago I flew to Oklahoma City to keynote at a conference about 90 miles outside of the city. I..
A Lutheran and a Presbyterian walk into a bar … Presbyterian: ‘’Hey friend, the other day I was thinking about you. I..
My father died this spring. He was 96 years old, and he was ready. I’m not sure I was — but I..
This past weekend, as I write these words at the beginning of June, a large collection of influential evangelical pastors and leaders..
Any experienced wedding-goer knows what to expect. After the preliminaries are over, it’s time for the preacher to inch forward. Time to..
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