Month: April 2011

An Advent Reflection

My friend Todd Hiestand put together this reflective piece for Advent. He found inspiration in Eugene Peterson. Sit back, slow down and think about the Incarnation.

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McLaren and Land – Good Conversation Partners

My friend David alerted me to the “debate” between my friend Brian McLaren and Richard Land, a former professor of mine. Regardless of where someone comes down on the religio-politico landscape, these two demonstrate how to have a charitable conversation. Refreshing.… Continue reading

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Friday Photo – Look At Meeeee!

Look at me! Generally when Cohen spots the camera he stops whatever it is we want to capture. On this day, he saw Grandpa Doc with the camera and stared right back as if to say, “Look at meeeee.”

Well, make no mistake we do.

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Referentialism and Teen Depression and Suicide

This is Part 4 of a series on the subject of Teen Depression and Suicide. The impetus was an opportunity to speak at a recent workshop on the subject in the context of the “religious.” I spoke at a similar event last year and was graciously invited back. The Continue reading

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