Show the world that you love her

My wife and I have these t-shirts. They are both a kind of chocolate brown color. Hers, in pink letters, says, “I love my husband” and mine, in a tan color, says, “I love my wife.” For whatever reason, I tend to wear mine more often than she wears hers. I’m a t-shirt guy, I […]

Notes from the Road

The worship leader for our church, Jordan Weston, and I, have started a new podcast project called Notes from the Road. It is proving, at least for us, to be a fascinating experiment/project. It’s goal, as simply as we can put it, is to get people thinking and talking. Thinking and talking about what? The […]

Corby on Genesis 32:10

I don’t deserve it Scripture – I am not worthy of the least of all the deeds of steadfast love and all the faithfulness that you have shown to your servant, for with only my staff I crossed this Jordan, and now I have become two camps. Observation Jacob had probably been fearing this day […]

Prenuptial Christians

So far as I can tell, in many places on the planet, when two people get married, the assets of both people no longer belong to them individually, they are one. They each are now beneficiaries of the other’s stuff. What’s more, they also acquire the debt of the other person. After all, “the two […]

Lordship Lost?

Over the past, I don’t know, “season” (how’s that for a word that describes an ambiguous amount of time?), a common theme has popped up, both in people I have directly interacted with and observed from afar. It typically centers around conflict between people who say they are Christians. From problems in marriages to the […]