Steve Brown - author, seminary professor and founder of Key Life Ministries - recently interviewed me for his radio program, Steve Brown Etc. We had a great conversation about the sexual integrity journey among men in Christian Leadership that eventually led to a discussion about the challenges of leaders to simply be known as imperfect people.
When I think about my own kids, I care much more about their becoming respectful and godly adults than I do about their having a favorite toy repaired. If this is my attitude towards my own children, what makes me think that my Heavenly Father would be any different?
It seems like a helpful thing to do. We have a desire for something that's not healthy or consistent with our God driven values. So when the desire rises up within us, we shut it down as quickly as possible so as not to engage the temptation. What's so wrong with that?
Relationship is at the foundation of what God meant when he said about Adam, “It is not good that the man should be alone” (Gen 2:18). Yes, this reference is traditionally applied to marriage at nearly every wedding, and this is most certainly true. However...
When we aren’t fully aware of our emotional state, it’s not that we don’t feel them. Instead, those emotions (especially the negative ones) become trapped inside us and build up internal pressure.
It's been a busy week for me, as multiple things previously in the pipeline have made their debut online, all in the same space of time. Here are the highlights, in case you missed them.