Except They Accept

August 14th 2015 No comments yet  

cross with ringsSince the Supreme Court’s historic ruling on gay marriage, my social media feeds have been splashed with rainbows and rants. Everyone has an opinion on the issues, and no one is shy to express it.

But buried beneath the paint swatches and debates is a question we Christians began asking but have yet to answer. When the confetti has settled and we are left to live with the mess we are not permitted to clean, how are we supposed to interact with our society?

Do we accept or reject those who …

Bears and Coffee: A Testimony of Growth

March 21st 2014 1 comment so far  

Baylor PhotoI didn’t know it at the time, but before I began my freshman year at Baylor University, I was lost. I thought I knew what it meant to be a follower of Christ—after all, I had gone to church every Sunday, participated in youth group, read my Bible, and volunteered regularly. The truth is I hadn’t even scratched the surface.

Before fall of my senior year in high school, Baylor wasn’t even on my radar. Several of my friends mentioned it was their …

Being “Fishers of Men” Requires a Big Tackle Box

November 8th 2013 No comments yet  

fishing2Over the past couple of years, I’ve established what my retirement hobby will be. My golf swing looks like I’m trying to dig a hole to Kathmandu, and sports cars don’t really rev my engine so I’ve taken up fishing. I’ve always enjoyed fishing, but over the past couple of years I’ve taken it from the “oh yay I caught a fish!” level to the “spending way too much time in Cabela’s comparing different colors of soft baits” level.

If you fish, you know about the absurd diversity of lures, rigs, and …

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