August 18, 2014

Every time I have watched this movie I think about that scene for a days to come. It wasn’t until talking to my wife about it, the other night, that I realized why it resonated with me so much.  She said, with much wisdom, it’s because we have all experienced serious hurt, to one degree or another, and we all long for someone to pursue us and show us freedom. She was so right. You almost see the chains of guilt and anger come falling off Will as Shawn talks to him. To be set free from the bondage that deep pain brings is nothing short of the gospel. And, like other moments of great repentance, redemption,  and vulnerability all Will can say “I’m so sorry” Read more

August 13, 2014

e tend to drift along happy and content and then when something terrible happens we start wondering where God is. If God truly is omnipotent and benevolent then why does this stuff continue happen? Why doesn’t He stop these horrible things? It’s certainly not a question of power or ability. I think scripture and other events in history make this clear. So, why then, if God loves us, does He let these things happen? This is complex question with an even more complex answer. And, even that answer is wrapped in mystery. Read more

July 22, 2014

I am the farthest thing from a marriage expert. I am a novice and a moron. That’s a lot of the reason the first few years of marriage were so hard on us. In fact, its pretty clear, to anyone that knows me, I am just figuring this stuff out as I go along. But, that doesn’t mean I haven’t learned some things along the way. Below are 9 recommendations of things (I learned the hard way) that you should be doing in your marriage. Read more

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