Desiring God 3K Campaign

What would you be willing to do to see more racially and ethnically diverse churches in America? One of the biggest blessings in my life is to serve as the co-founder and President of the Reformed African American Network (RAAN).  We started RAAN in 2011 to address the core concerns of African Americans biblically.  We … Continue reading Desiring God 3K Campaign

What Are You Getting Good At? Part 2- Getting Practical

My last post discussed the fact that we're all getting good at something.  The only question is, "Are you doing it on purpose?"  We get better at whatever we spend our time doing.  The problem is most of us spend valuable time in activities that don't move us any closer to our goals. So the … Continue reading What Are You Getting Good At? Part 2- Getting Practical

Social Responsibility, Public Education, and Christians

In a previous article I wrote about public school versus home school and Christianity.  The topic of public education, specifically, public ed reform and Christians, has been on my mind ever since. I came across another article recently that provides a helpful framework for Christians to think about engaging in public education reform.  The article, … Continue reading Social Responsibility, Public Education, and Christians

A Few Reflections on Easter from Matthew 28

During Holy Week this year I read the account of Jesus' path to the cross in the Gospel of Matthew.  Events like the Last Supper, washing the disciples' feet, praying in Gethsemane, and Judas' betrayal all lead to Christ's ignominious murder on the cross.  But Matthew 28 relates the account of the resurrection.  I saved … Continue reading A Few Reflections on Easter from Matthew 28