If someone who grew up in your church experienced Same-Sex Attraction, how would they synthesize the Christian faith with their experiences? If a gay couple attended your church, what would be their conclusion of the gospel and their lifestyle? In this post, I suggest a few unhelpful ways Bible-believing churches talk about homosexuality with a few other considerations.
Should a certain type of preaching motivate me to leave a church? How do I become a better sermon listener? What do I do if I’m dating someone with a controlling mom? How come my surrender to Jesus doesn’t lead to freedom from depression and loneliness?
The Asian American church has experienced changes in the last few decades. But what are the future changes to come? In this post, I detail five predictions I believe await the near distant horizon of the Asian American church.
No mother is perfect but if we pay close attention, we may be able to see the unique tangible and intangible gifts moms gives to their child. This is a personal account of some of the gifts my mom gave me.
There are fewer things better than seeing young people mobilized for overseas missions trips. However, there may be ways missions teams and individuals could exercise greater wisdom to maximize support from their local church.
A friendship can come to an end and it can be very painful. Though some endings are tragic, there may be more than meets the eye. This post seeks to widen the lens to help the reader understand why some friendships conclude.
It's a season where many college students are looking for a church. But what should they be looking for? In this post, I offer a few thoughts for consideration as collegians continue their church search.
Small talk conversations are a necessary form of social interaction. However, they can feel shallow and obligatory. Is that a symptom of the limitations of small talk or does it point to a deeper issue of our self-absorption. In this entry, I contend for the latter.