A while back, I came across a series of articles written by Al Mohler (President of Southern Seminary in Louisville, KY). In conservative Christian circles, he is known as a cultural commentator. He usually asks provocative questions about timely topics.... Continue Reading →
I troll through radio stations like I do websites – especially news stations. There are times when a little NPR fits my mood (like when I have to hear Diane Rhem’s voice) and other times when Rush Limbaugh suits me. I was tuned into Rush the other day and he was discussing a piece that he read on NPR’s website, “Why Millennials are Ditching Cars and Redefining Ownership.” As an owner of a very large, diesel long bed crew cab truck, I was intrigued (though I am no millennial…).
The article drives through the challenges of life in L.A. including the on-ramp of a life of vocation and the difficulty found there. The personal focus of the article was on young up-and-comers. Seated a couple of Generations ahead of these folks, it was easy to see that the millennials are v-e-r-y different than previous generations (they more often…
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I have spent many weeks giving Richard Baxter's (1615-1691) reasons for calling sinners to turn to God without delay (and we're not finished!). He believed it important to lay out the reasons to believe in Christ to men and women... Continue Reading →
Have you ever asked a person an important question that required a response? Not like a text or a tweet or a Facebook message or even an email...but a significant question of profound import that affected you and your decisions? ... Continue Reading →