An Invitation to Connect

I’d like to tell you about a way we have invited visitors to a first-of-the-year study and sermon series around faith, doubt, belief, and the...

The Gracious Orthodoxy of United Methodism

This is the second in a series of articles on The United Methodist Church. As a new conservative Methodist denomination launches in May of this year,...

What I Value about United Methodism: Intellectual Evangelicalism

I became a follower of Christ in a small and loving Pentecostal congregation at the age of 14. Two years later I heard a call to vocational ministry...

A Response to Thomas Lambrecht

A response to Thomas Lambrecht’s article, “Primary Reasons for Separation” in the Good News newsletter, Perspective.

Epiphany: The Light of Christ Revealed 

Advent and Christmas are only the beginning of the story, not the end. Their messages are meant to shape us all year long.

Light Incarnate—What Happened at Christmas

We have the light of Christ by which we walk.

God Reveals Himself to Humanity

I see God most clearly when I look at Jesus.

Jesus the Savior

Jesus has saved me from my sin and he is saving me from my sin.

Presidents and Kings

At age 30, Jesus began his campaign for the office of King. He traveled from town to town, giving various stump speeches about God's kingdom.

Introducing Incarnation: Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas

Get a preview of my new book, "Incarnation," just in time for you to get your own copy to use in the weeks prior to Christmas.

The Meaning of the Manger

Merry Christmas! During Advent this year, I’ve shared excerpts from several of my Advent- and Christmas-focused books, including Not a Silent Night...

Seeing Joseph in Jesus

Though the Gospels provide very little direct information about Joseph, I believe we can learn a lot about him by looking at his son.

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