What can we learn from comedy and humor? Check out James Spencer’s latest article at Worthwhile Theology Magazine (https://www.worthwhiletheology.com/magazine/jspencercomedy-correction-and-the-unintended-consequences-of-entertainment).
While researching an article on comedy and theology, I ran across an article entitled “The Idiot Culture” written by Carl Bernstein (of Woodward and Bernstein) in 1992. In the article, Bernstein laments the decline of journalism to the “lowest common denominator” noting,
My wife and I recently spent a week at her family’s farm. We slept in a barn converted into a cozy living space, had internet that was just a little slower than normal (a good thing since I did a lot less mindless scrolling and searching), and just had a lot fewer
Beginning May 6th, I’ll be participating in Moody Center’s “Go Dark, Shine Bright” campaign. You can find out more at www.godarkshinebright.org. Please consider participating in this coordinated movement of prayer. While pursuing my Master of Divinity in the early 2000’s, I
As a Mom of adult children, I don’t expect my kids to tell me everything about their lives (and I don’t really need them to), BUT I love when I get to listen to what is going on in their heads and in their lives. They all have to make tough choices now and then […]
Check out the article and prayer written by James Spencer at www.moodycenter.org.
As I’ve mentioned in numerous other posts, I have been an avid weight lifter for close to 30 years now. While I’ve never participated at any sort of competitive level (or even had a desire to), I think that my many years in the weight room has engrained within me a few
If you are looking for a devotional to kick off the new year, check out the special issue Worthwhile Theology released in conjunction with Moody Center. Worthwhile Theology Magazine
Reflecting on Psalm 119:165 (“Great peace have those who love your law; nothing can make them stumble”), D. L. Moody notes, “Sometimes I am amazed to see how little it takes to drive all peace and comfort from some people. Some slandering tongue will readily blast it. But if
I was recently made aware of a post John Piper made prior to the 2020 election. I do not read Piper on a regular basis, but am generally aware of his work and ministry. After reading the post entitled, “Policies, Persons, and Paths to Ruin: Pondering the