Monthly Archives: March 2011

Surviving College Acceptance Season

You may not always be able to see it on their faces, but some of the young people in your neighborhood are elated with acceptance, some are crushed with rejection, and some are indifferent having long given up on college. … Continue reading

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Why Fashion Matters

Why do so many of us not only permit our teenage daughters to dress like this—like prostitutes, if we’re being honest with ourselves—but pay for them to do it with our AmEx cards? This provocative question comes from Jennifer Moses … Continue reading

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Happy St. Patty’s Day!

When I asked my daughter if she knew who St. Patrick was last night at dinner, she said he was a magical leprochaun. Mark Driscoll helps us understand that he was in fact one of the greatest missionaries to ever … Continue reading

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A Prayer for Japan

Father in Heaven, This morning I am reminded what a tragic place this world is. I am shocked by the destruction, injury, and death brought by the massive earthquake and tsumanis in Japan. What a comfort to know that I … Continue reading

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What makes a sermon Christ centered?

When I was training to become a minister at Westminster Seminary California, our professors would exhort us not to preach sermons that could be delivered in a synagogue or mosque. This was not said to attack people of different faiths, … Continue reading

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