Category Archives: Maturity

Doom, and How God Frustrates It

Elijah didn’t die but ascended to God in a flaming chariot. Most of us know the story. Elijah was certainly a man of God. Elijah was also something of a depressed prophet. He was always complaining about apparent circumstances, what he believed to be true about his situation. No matter the case, though, God never […]

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The Gospel, Millennials, Vocation, and How to Be a Real Christian

I was ill late last week with an annoying head cold, so I decided to take Saturday off and heal. Lately, I’ve been listening to the weekly Phil Vischer Podcast, which talks from a Christian perspective on issues facing American culture and Christianity. Vischer, best known as the creator of VeggieTales, offers the comic relief […]

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Three Faith Films–And What They Fail to Say about Faith

They’ve been calling 2014 the Year of the Faith Film. I know that in the evangelical community I tend to find myself thrust into, people were pumped about that. Perhaps Hollywood was waking up from its superhero love fest and rediscovering that the Good Book has its own caped crusaders (well, toga-ed, or whatever it […]

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