Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love. In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us … Continue reading Love is more real than we think.
Here’s how I hope to keep up on a discipline I’ve failed to do for years and years.
How should we be thinking about M-103?
I like to be busy. There are a lot of reasons for this. It makes me feel like I'm needed, as if the world can't function without me. It means that I do not have to think about future and plans and vision and such, because I'm wrapped up in the now, and of course … Continue reading The Discipline of Letting Go
Church and Social Media: This article has special interest for me working in Korea where privacy is much less of an expectation. The Church in North Africa: The expulsion of hundreds of Christian foreign workers in Morocco is making for friction with the U.S. State department. The Church in Afghanistan: Pray for our brothers and … Continue reading Online Reading, June 22, 2010
This week marks one year since I first arrived in Korea and began to preach at the English Worship Service at Sangdang Presbyterian Church. I have to say that pastoral ministry is greatly different than I had imagined it to be, though I'm betting much of that has to do with the different kind of … Continue reading Reflections on my First Year of Pastoral Ministry
Many people on the blogosphere have been commenting on the statements of Brit Hume on Fox News Sunday, where he said essentially that Tiger Woods should turn to faith in Jesus Christ. Now, most will recognize that I would agree with that statement (though I might quibble with Hume's phrasing). I agree that Buddhism is … Continue reading Is Brit Hume out of line?