Why I Don’t Think Random Acts of Kindness are all that Great

Solitary random acts of kindness don’t ask nearly enough of us. [Read more…]

For Those Who Mourn This Christmas

I have had a number of people ask me how I respond to the Sandy Hook shootings from a theological perspective. I’ve written a few responses over the past week, and I suspect I will write more. There is a time for mourning, for silence, for crying out to God, for refusing to accept easy [Read More…]

More to Read on the Sandy Hook Shooting

Three posts that helped me reflect on the Sandy Hook shootings in relation to good and evil, grace, and being the proactive hands and feet of God in this broken world. [Read more…]