In all seriousness, change the haircuts and suits, give everyone a smartphone, and the documentary wouldn’t sound much different from a longform think piece or something new on Netflix.
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I hope you have works of literature that stick with you. While this isn’t a comprehensive list of mine, these … Continue reading The Words I Come Back To…
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If you know me, you probably know my feelings about this book. I’m not a fan, and while I’ll admit … Continue reading So you want to watch Hillbilly Elegy?
Amos 5:18-24 You say that you love the Day of the Lord. You expect the people of Tennessee to pray … Continue reading The Prophet Amos Makes An Appointment at the Tennessee Governor’s Mansion
So John Piper isn’t going to vote in the 2020 Presidential Election, and he has a whole bloated theological argument … Continue reading My 2020 Endorsement
The things that can’t possibly come true, do. When the news hit her inbox, her only prayer was not fit … Continue reading 200,000
A Sermon for September 15, 2019 As our church continues its conversation about what it means to be Open and … Continue reading Table Talk: The Menu
Ms. Dickinson, I do not know what possessed you in those days– You closed the door upon yourself Yet your … Continue reading For Emily Dickinson In The Midst of a Global Pandemic