#31: On Life & Ministerial Busyness with Meiko Seymour

Nowadays, busyness is worn on our sleeves as the most paradoxical badge of honor ever constructed. On one hand, we loathe busyness and are sure to slip into every conversation just how busy we are to excuse the fact that we didn't respond to that last text. We grumble and groan at how busy our … Continue reading #31: On Life & Ministerial Busyness with Meiko Seymour

Selah, Social Media, & the Spirit’s Divine Rest: Or How Bo Burnham Punched Me in the Brain

Have you ever had a thought just punch your brain in the face? Or an idea that leaves you with trace amounts of insomnia as it ravages what's left of your rational thinking? I have. I've been hit with a right cross in the left brain. I haven't been able to dodge the punches of … Continue reading Selah, Social Media, & the Spirit’s Divine Rest: Or How Bo Burnham Punched Me in the Brain

#30: On Common Misconceptions about John Calvin with Obbie Tyler Todd

Self-inflicted or not, there's a stigma surrounding John Calvin and all his proponents that stinks of stoicism. Regardless of historical merit, Calvin is viewed as having no emotion in his preaching or showing no humanity in his writing. One comments that Calvin lacked "sympathy and charm," and that his preaching suffered a "deficiency of imagination." … Continue reading #30: On Common Misconceptions about John Calvin with Obbie Tyler Todd