Many rural millennials feel 4-H Clubs are old-fashioned. That’s how most millennial Christians feel about changing the world, especially through evangelism. And I can’t blame them.
Two days from now, a new administration will be inaugurated. But let’s not entertain false hopes. After Wednesday, most of the US population will probably remain drunkards.
Events of this past week remind us of Benjamin Franklin’s cautionary reply to a good question.
Our son Mark recently asked me to describe my politics. Here’s the gist of what I told him.
This year certainly hasn’t felt ordinary. Then again, if you follow the church calendar, every year has seasons that aren’t supposed to feel ordinary.
This Thursday is Christmas Eve. It marks the end of Advent. But it also reminds us of the seriousness of Christmas.
The Word was made flesh (Jn.1:14). It happened at Christmas. But over the course of 500 years, we reversed this cardinal tenet. Now it’s The flesh was made Word.
Jo Dunkley, a British astrophysicist and Professor of Physics at Princeton, says the solar system is astonishingly empty. The Christmas story tells us otherwise.
God gives us wine to make us happy (Psalm 104:15). Not happy as in getting drunk or tipsy, but happy in a way that depicts the spousal view of salvation.
Even with covid-19, the wedding business remains big business. And that’s good. It reminds us of why the church calendar includes the Advent season.