There is a lot of mistrust, fear, and hate in our world today. What will drive them out? Not more of the same. What our world needs now is faith, hope, and love.
In this rapidly-changing world, where we do turn to find guidance? We look to the star that endures, to the eternal that continues to be the foundation of our future.
As Christians, what do we consider the highest wisdom? Here is an answer to that question from one of the most widely-read devotional books ever written, "The Imitation of Christ" by Thomas a Kempis.
What does it mean to be Lutheran? In this post, I offer an answer to that question, using one of our most important confessional writings, the "Augsburg Confession," which was officially presented 490 years ago today.
The desert fathers and mothers from the 3rd and 4th centuries remind us that when we spend our time criticizing everything, "we drag one another down into the abyss." So let's talk about things that are good for our souls.
How can we learn to live the good life? I reflect on that question as I review Eugene Peterson's book, "Run with the Horses: The Quest for Life at Its Best."
On the eve of the anniversary of the Charleston church shooting, I share a few of my personal memories of that day and the events that followed.
There are lots of reasons why I miss in-person worship. Here is one more.
As I continue to read, listen, and learn about the Black Lives Matter movement, I feel led to share just a few personal thoughts about it.
Learning from Henri Nouwen to be faithful to my vocation to "do well the few things that I am called to do."