When your kid gets bullied, how should you respond? I will tell you our recent experience, and hopefully it will be a useful encouragement.
Today I came across an article by Christena Cleveland on the website for The Table, a publication of Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought. The piece – titled ‘The Danger of Civility’ – was basically the transcript of a speech … Continued
What if I told you I was a racist, misogynistic, homophobic, patriarchal, science-denying, politically conservative Christian man? And what if I told you I plan to impart my dangerous, anachronistic worldview to all seven of my children? What if I … Continued
Former White House Chief of Staff and Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel once told the Wall Street Journal “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that [is] it’s an opportunity to do things … Continued
When it comes to coronavirus, I’m all for reasonable measures to be safe – particularly when it comes to protecting the more vulnerable elderly, and those with underlying health conditions. For me personally, I’m all for not getting COVID-19 in … Continued
I just finished listening to The Marshmallow Test yesterday, and it was great. It was easily one of the most practical, readable, applicable, and insightful books I’ve ever read. But in finishing this one on Audible, I decided to finally … Continued
The question of what makes some people more credible than others has been on my mind for a long time. And whether I approach the topic from the standpoint of someone wanting to establish my own credibility or wanting to … Continued