Many have heard of the Enneagram, a popular personality system that encompasses 9 different types. While this typing method has much to offer around understanding our core selves, it can also be used as a tool for spiritual growth and formation.Continue reading
This past Sunday, I had the opportunity to preach from John 6:16-24. This is John’s version of Jesus walking on water.Continue reading
Everyone seems to be talking about deconstructionism these days. Everyone. And especially Christians.
The book Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism from philosopher James K.A. Smith was very helpful in introducing postmodern (and, subsequently, deconstructionist) thought to me. To summarize Smith’s reflections on the writings of the father of desconstructionism himself, Jacques Derrida:Continue reading
Many will know that February is Black History Month in the US. There are countless Black people who have changed the landscape, not just of the US, but of the entire world.
Many may not know the name William Seymour. I would offer that over 600 million Christians worldwide, along with their current denomination and/or local church, exist because of Seymour’s work.Continue reading
Many times, our anxiety connects to the past (what happened) or the future (what might happen). Therefore, we are not present in the moment.Continue reading