It has been 12 long years since my first trip to Uganda, and a lot has changed since then! Just … Continue reading I’m Going to Uganda!
I just entered the third year of my PhD studies. The last three years have been a time of academic, … Continue reading Some Reflections on PhD Life Before Comps, Plus Some Advice
How did John Calvin deal with a massive influx of refugees and cases of domestic violence and maintain pastoral faithfulness? … Continue reading Domestic Violence, Refugees, and the Imago Dei in John Calvin’s Pastoral Theology
Christopher Holmes’ book, The Lord is Good: Seeking the God of the Psalter, is a unique book in that Holmes … Continue reading The Lord is Good (Review)
I am the son of two immigrants, my father was Polish and my mother is Guatemalan. I grew up in … Continue reading Still Evangelical?
On Sunday I had the chance to preach at the ministry I served at for years. Here’s my message on … Continue reading How Can I Change?
Openness, authenticity, and even lament are increasingly been seen as important among evangelical circles. With an increase in the valuing … Continue reading Walking Through Twilight
“Judge lest you be judged.” This mantra has become so widely accepted in our 21st century western context that even … Continue reading Judge Lest You Be Judged: John Calvin on Grace in Church Discipline
I recently came across an older blog post by Scot McKnight about going to seminary. McKnight is one of my … Continue reading 10 Reasons You Should Go to Seminary
My wife and I have a beautiful 16 month old daughter. She loves to play around and she really loves … Continue reading (Review) The Tech-Wise Family by Andy Crouch