Tag: Spirituality

The King has Come

Today we celebrate that the King has come. Today we remember that his death was not the end. Today we acknowledge that in his death we ourselves died, so that in his resurrection we ourselves will find life. Today we reflect on the power and glory of his name. Today we see the emptiness of…

Everybody needs to calm down about the Blood Moon (especially Christians)

I didn’t really believe it at first, but there it was, right on my Facebook feed. Someone talking about how the lunar eclipse that happened on Tuesday. Or, in their terms, the “blood moon.” I don’t really blame them, there are people who like to stir up hysteria and they make very convincing arguments with…

4 Things to know about Non-profits, or Why World Vision’s Change is not about you

After having worked in a variety of roles at various non-profits (both Christian and non-religious), I’ve noticed some misconceptions most of us seem to have about non-profits, including ones to which I sometimes fall prey. Also, and let’s be clear about this, I am very clearly writing this post in the context of the World…

Plagiarism is a Kingdom issue

Background So if you haven’t heard: Mark Driscoll has done it, yet again. During an appearance on the radio call-in show hosted by Janet Mefford, Driscoll became incredibly hostile in relation to probing questions about his book and antics related to it. To summarize, there were two issues of conflict. First, Janet Mefford questioned Driscoll as…

On Waiting

So recently, I’ve been growing increasingly impatient with this waiting business. It seems like all I’ve been doing is waiting. For those of you reading this who don’t know, let me give you some background: As of the writing of this post I currently don’t have a job. It’s not that I’m lazy. I’m also…