Ps 142:1 begins, “A maskil of David being in the cave, a prayer” Caves are places of hiding and refuge, but only relatively safe. They are places that are often dark and dank, perhaps […]
Jesus came to the world in the most innocent, dependent and vulnerable form imaginable – a baby. He was God Almighty in disguise. A clever disguise. A shrewd rouse. He was coming as a warrior […]
Lecture and Interview at the Henry Center for Theological Understanding (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL) on September 15, 2011. Lecture: Interview:
Interview for Lake Forest Church (Huntersville, NC) prior to kicking off their 2011 leadership summit.
An interview about Finding the Lost Images of God.
Speaking at the Community Prayer Service at Montreat College (October, 2014). The event was part of Inauguartion Week festivities celebrating the inauguration of Dr. Paul J. Maurer as the school’s eighth president. The message is “Community on a Quest: Moving from Memory to […]
It was nice to have a holiday this week, wasn’t it? Although Columbus Day has nothing to do with the biblical calendar, it fell nicely during the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot). This seven day festival, […]
During our recent trip to Israel we spent some time with one of the Samaritan priests on Mt. Gerazim perched above Jacob’s well and ancient Shechem. Although viewed as ethnic “half-breeds” (because of population mixing […]
One of the best places in Scripture to begin understanding human leadership is in its opening pages. The Genesis creation account has profoundly layered descriptions of the role of the first couple in the newly […]
During our trip to Israel earlier this month we devoted a day to sights in the ancient tribal allotment of Benjamin. While tour itineraries often get adjusted, I was intent that this day end at […]