Thank you for sharing this news with me. I really am honored you would entrust me with something so personal. Before I say anything else, I want you to know that I love you and am for you. That was true before you shared this with me and that will continue to be so long … Continue reading Letter to a Gay Student
It will soon be Good Friday! Good Friday is the day we remember and rejoice in the death of Christ on the cross for our sins. We can celebrate Good Friday because, in the words of S. M. Lockridge, “Sunday is coming!” 1 Corinthians 15:3-4 summarizes the gospel in this way: “For I delivered to … Continue reading Parenting in Light of the Resurrection: 3 Truths to Reflect on this Easter
As I serve students–all the way from middle school to college–I am more convinced than ever of our need to return to God's Word and to see what it says about homosexuality.
Did you watch the game last night? Sports are an ever present, increasingly influential fact of life in American culture. It is the topic of conversation around the office, at the gym, and on social media. Both participation in and identification with sports are as great now as ever. Don’t misunderstand. I am fan. I've … Continue reading For the Love of the Game: Sports and the Christian Life
Perhaps one of the most pressing parental issues of today is helping teenagers use technology with wisdom and discernment. During Christmas this issue is magnified even more as teenagers are asking for the newest phone or device. Part of the problem for parents is that technology seems to develop faster than you can adapt. As soon as you … Continue reading Teenagers and Technology: A Guide for Parents