Being All In Is The Only Way

When was the last time you were fullhearted in anything? Halfheartedness seems to be the default mode for the modern American person. We have our laptop out while watching TV, our phones out while watching our kids games, music in while reading a book, and screens on while we eat. Do we ever just fully... Continue Reading →

Reading Now/Listening Now

Reading Now What I am Reading: I am going through my highlights from Dallas Willard's Life Without Lack and starring the best sections. What has Meant Something to Me: Willard describes the movement of faith from sufficiency to abandonment to contentment. Something I am Going to Try: A day with Jesus. At the end of... Continue Reading →

AE Journal: Chief Apprentice

Today, I start my chronicle of the Apprentice Experience, the 18-month training in discipleship that I am embarking on. I spoke more about this last week. AE was started by James Bryan Smith, a professor of theology, author, speaker, and self described Forrest Gump of American Christianity. His background was not in the church, yet,... Continue Reading →

Who I Turn To For Inspiration

In memory of Dallas Willard, who died today at the age of 77, I am posting some of my favorite Dallas themed posts. For more on his death and his legacy, see my Storify┬áhere. Dallas Willard is a hero of mine. His book, The Divine Conspiracy, opened up a completely new way of living out... Continue Reading →

Spiritual Mentors: Dallas Willard

In memory of Dallas Willard, who died today at the age of 77, I am posting some of my favorite Dallas themed posts. For more on his death and his legacy, see my Storify here. This week, I am profiling people who have had the most influence on my Christian spiritual life. Today's profile is... Continue Reading →

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