April 15, 2020

How often do you read or listen to content that you know you will disagree with? You may wonder why I would ask such a question, but this practice of consuming content you know you will disagree with is a practice I’ve found to be helpful in many ways:

- It helps me to...

February 7, 2019

We are a nation that loves to argue. Last week it was Gillette razors, this week it's abortion. As long as there are people, there will be subjects for those people to argue about.

In and of itself, arguing is not bad, but it can be carried out in a very poor way. Belie...

March 7, 2018

Disagreements are an inevitability of life, but that does not mean we know how to properly handle them when they arise. This past week a preacher friend of mine received an anonymous letter in which he was told all the ways he was failing in parts of his ministry.

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