I have an atheistic background. My family was actively involved in our neighborhood church, but as a young high schooler, I walked away from my faith and entered a season […]
At Wheaton, I came face to face with the reality of the “already, but not yet” nature of the Kingdom of God.
As I continue to try to follow Dallas Willard’s advice to “ruthlessly eliminate hurry from your life,” a practice that requires a strong trust in God.
My idyllic family life came to a sudden crash when my parents divorced in my early middle-school years.
I experienced a very tangible call to ministry when I was thirteen years old. I can still recall the details of that moment as if it was yesterday. My youth […]
I was invited to consider either becoming an associate pastor or planting a church. The problem is that I never wanted to be a pastor.