Education & Learning

Positions Are Not Static or, People and Parties Change

If the recent coronavirus outbreak demonstrates anything, it reminds us that positions change. Sitting here in Virginia counting down the hours as to whether to board a plane to Israel this evening is a case in point.

When this trip was planned, back in September or October, the notion … Continue reading

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Still Making Sense of Church: An Interview with Spencer Burke

There once were churches. Then Denominational Churches. Mainline Churches. Traditional Churches. Evangelical Churches. House Churches. After that Seeker-Sensitive Churches. Traditional Churches. Mainline Churches. Seeker-Friendly Churches. Purpose-Driven Churches. Emerging Churches. Missional Churches. Gospel-Centered Churches.… Continue reading

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Careful, It’s Slippery Out There or, Fear the Slopes – featuring a Guest Post

Many families take a trip to the ski slopes for Spring Break. The hope is for a good base of snow, lots of sun, and no injuries. When making arguments it is a good idea to hope for the same. … Continue reading

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Sponsoring Conversations and Shout Outs

I have never owned a pair of Beats. When I was gifted my iPod years ago I used the provided earbuds. That was until just two years ago.… Continue reading

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Don’t Eat the Red Herring or, Let’s Keep the Conversation Going in the Same Direction

My friend Don once told me, “Don’t eat the blue food.” Don worked in Dallas and often visited the local “roach coach.” For those of you born before the advent of the Food Truck craze, the “roach coach” was its precursor. Consider it a mobile food vendor. Don said, … Continue reading

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