Mass Shootings, The Human Heart, and God
With the recent news of not one mass shooting, but TWO in 24 hours in the United States, it can be challenging to know what to say, do, or how to pray. In the last quarter-century, shootings have gone from virtually unheard of to, tragically, painfully frequent. Make no mistake: each and every shooting is […]
Interacting Online with Differing Opinions: To Engage or Not to Engage?
Today’s digitally-connected world is more polarized than ever. As one who came of age before the proliferation of social media, I still sometimes sit back with amazement to think about how we can now easily interact with people and content channels all over the world. While this has its myriad of benefits, it also creates […]
The Good News Isn’t Good Without the Bad News (A Brief Look at Gospel Implications)
Sometimes, you cannot comprehend how wonderful something is until you are aware of or experience the opposite, to glean an appreciation. “You don’t know what you’ve got until its gone.” “The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.” “There are unknown unknowns, things we don’t know that we don’t know.” – […]