Dietrich Bonhoeffer's profoundly-moving letters from prison offer us guidance and hope as we live through this pandemic. Here is the third of a four-part series on his "Letters and Papers from Prison."
How can Christians spiritually thrive in this media age in which we find ourselves? Tony Reinke explores this important question in his new book, "Competing Spectacles." Here is my review.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer's profoundly-moving letters from prison offer us a message of hope as we live through this pandemic. Here is the second of a four-part series on his "Letters and Papers from Prison."
What does a pandemic and an unexpected prison stay have in common? Quite a bit, it turns out, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer's "Letters and Papers from Prison" has a lot to teach us as we live through this pandemic.
How do we talk about racial reconciliation in a way that invites further conversation? Mark Vroegop's "Weep with Me" suggests that the biblical language of lament can be a helpful way to engage in these conversations. Here is my review of this book.
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."
Are you interested in poetry? Do you still find yourself joining with disciples of every generation in asking the Lord to "teach us to pray?" If so, I think that you will find this book by Marilyn McEntyre to be very helpful, and one that you will return to often.
Here is my review of Parker Palmer's classic, "Let Your Life Speak: Listening for the Voice of Vocation."