April 23, 2014

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #17

Internet Monk Radio Podcast 17. I start a revolution. Shane Claiborne. Blogwars. There's more good guys than you might think. … [Continue reading...]

Buchanan on Sabbath + The Sanity Verses Revisited

I think some of us need to hear the good news of sabbath and refreshment. Wow. A great book from a great writer: Mark Buchanan on "The Rest of God." It's the finest exploration of the role of the sabbath in the life of the … [Continue reading...]

A Special Invitation: A “Chariots of Fire” Blogfest

This is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the film Chariots of Fire, a remarkable movie about faith, worldviews and the motives to excel of two very different men. Chariots won Oscars for Best Picture, Writing, Score and Costumes in … [Continue reading...]

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #16

Internet Monk Radio Podcast 16. More Minor league baseball. Chinese student. Chariots of Fire. Sabbath from Church. … [Continue reading...]

Riffs: Remember the Faithful Remnant, Mr. Driscoll

Further UPDATE: Somehow, as usual, Phil Johnson feels the need to have some kind of last word about this post. So if you've been unduly influenced by my liberal rantings to love, pray for and appreciate your brothers and sisters … [Continue reading...]

Riffs: JMarkBertrand: Diss Isn’t Discernment

Mark Bertrand on watchblogging and the "either/or" assumptions of its practitioners. This post deserves wide circulation among all bloggers. I've told this story before, but it bears retelling. I once had a young reformed … [Continue reading...]

Internet Monk Radio Podcast 15

Internet Monk Radio Podcast 15. Finding God Beyond Harvard. Persecution. Church For Men. NOW AVAILABLE as an Itunes Subscription Podcast. … [Continue reading...]

A Post For The Kid With The Black Eye

This is my fifteenth year working at a Christian boarding school, and one constant during all of that time has been conversations about bullies. I've probably talked with 300 students about how to respond to a bully. I've probably … [Continue reading...]

As the last child walks away: Clarity at the Crossroads of Life

UPDATE: Denise's post of this weekend's events. We'd been gone from Lexington about 5 minutes when Denise started crying. "Twenty-one years I've been cooking for my children. That's a big chunk of your life." You have such … [Continue reading...]

Review: Finding God Beyond Harvard

Kelly Monroe Kullberg's Finding God Beyond Harvard is several good things. It's an account of the author's own journey into a significant ministry that is touching the core of universities around America, while at the same time … [Continue reading...]