Dehydrated

What is it? How is it that reading Scripture–the very words of God–seems so mundane. I have allowed reading the Word to bore me; it has become only routine. Lord, I am horrified at my own apathy. I am thirsty, yes even dehydrated, but unaware and unmotivated. Renew my love for You and Your Word….

Midnight Miracle in Disguise

At 2:00 a.m. this morning, I embarked on what I planned to be a 10 hour journey to New York for a friend’s wedding. An hour later, I was pulled over on the side of the road after hitting a pothole and blowing not one, but two tires. In the process of changing the first…

Hiding The Light

When Christians express to me their commitment to evangelism, I am always tempted to ask them what they’re doing about it. As a church we often include evangelism and discipleship in our carefully formulated mission statements…but I must question if in reality we, myself included, do a better job of hiding the light. Just last week…

Now Reading…

Words, Words, Words, by David Crystal The Closing of the American Mind, by Allan Bloom Why We’re Not Emergent (By Two Guys Who Should Be), by Kevin DeYoung and Ted Kluck How Christianity Changed the World, by Alvin J. Schmidt In The Beginning Was The Word, by Vern Sheridan Poythress It is my desire to…

Technopoly, by Neil Postman

Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology, by Neil Postman

I found this book very interesting and thought-provoking. As I have not had time to compile my thoughts into paragraph form as regarding this book, I thought I would just share the notes that I took while reading. While not written from a “Christian” perspective, I do believe that Postman offers a lot of good advice for Christians and non-Christians alike. This is a book I would recommend for those looking to have their eyes opened to the path of technology in our culture and its consequences.