Dr. Benjamin Rush: Our Forgotten Founding Father

  America critically needs politicians, statesmen, physicians, humanitarians, educators, and social reformers who are committed to the transforming power of the cross of Jesus Christ. That’s the way our nation began. Take Dr. Benjamin Rush, for example. Dr. Benjamin Rush is America’s Forgotten Founding Father, and perhaps it’s because modern secular historians are allergic to […]

Happy 500th Birthday to the Reformation

  Several years ago in Germany, I devoted some enriching days to the little town of Wittenberg, south of Berlin, the town of Martin Luther. I’d like to go back one day, but the cheapest tours are the ones we do from our armchairs. In this blog, let’s review the timeline and some bullet points […]

Second Thoughts — What I Might Have Done Differently

  Adult-Only Worship? Over my years of pastoral work, there are several things I might have done differently, which is to say the American church might reconsider some of the innovations of the last thirty years and buck a few popular but questionable trends. For example, I now have misgivings about elementary children being segregated […]

Meditation–A New Book with Free Audio Meditation Guides

If you want to focus on the wonder of God, gain a fresh perspective on life, calm your spirit and develop your strength, I’ve got a practical plan for you – reclaim the lost art of biblical meditation. Meditation has never been more popular in our culture; but biblical meditation has never been so rare among […]