You Probably Won’t Change the World and That’s Okay: Finding Beauty and Meaning in the Mundane and Freedom from Unrealistic Expectations as an Ordinary Christian

I happen to be in the generation known as the millennials, all of whom seem to be naïve and egotistical enough to think they can save the world. There are more “movements” and non-profits, often based on bad economics, than we know what to do with. We don’t volunteer in nursing homes anymore, because why… Read More You Probably Won’t Change the World and That’s Okay: Finding Beauty and Meaning in the Mundane and Freedom from Unrealistic Expectations as an Ordinary Christian

The Cost of of Following Jesus for Same Sex Attracted Christians

This summer while sharing the gospel on the beach with my friend Mara, we had an amazing conversation with a guy named Danny (I think that was his name) who identifies as gay. On our way back from the beach, discussing the conversation we had, I remember talking about our mutual desire for marriage (not… Read More The Cost of of Following Jesus for Same Sex Attracted Christians

Embracing the Tension of Faith and Doubt and the God I don’t Understand 

I recently finished the new book Help My Unbelief by Barnabas Piper, son of famed pastor and author John Piper. I became familiar with Barnabas (we will pretend we are on a first name basis. He responded to a Facebook message I sent him once and he follows me on Twitter) through a podcast that… Read More Embracing the Tension of Faith and Doubt and the God I don’t Understand