The Vice of Victimhood as Virtue

The Vice of Victimhood as Virtue

There’s this overwhelming desire in all of us to police the sin we see everyone else committing before we deal with our own, and I know this because Jesus warned us of it in Matthew 7. I know this practically because of how many times a day I have to remind my...
Almost: an addendum since releasing this episode

Almost: an addendum since releasing this episode

Psalm 116 tells us that, “Gracious is the LORD and righteous; yes, our God is compassionate.” And it is in a commitment to those words that I write this. God is gracious, therefore we must strive to be gracious. God is righteous, therefore we must strive...
#MeToo, But God

#MeToo, But God

Unlike most viral trends inspired by mealy-mouthed feminist icons, my immediate reaction to this one was not repulsion—it was heartbreak. Waking up to see people I know and love posting “Me too” was a smack in the face. It started because Alyssa Milano...
Excess, Minimalism, & Idolatry All the Same

Excess, Minimalism, & Idolatry All the Same

There are some admirable concepts that are a part of the minimalist/small house movement. The desire to pull out of debt, only own what you need, live within your means, they are all good, and I would argue, Biblical desires. The borrower is slave to the lender, after...
Christ Has Already Won

Christ Has Already Won

Sheologians has been critiqued for “only posting” about “negative” things. I learned in a counseling course never to use words like “always” and “never” because they are rarely ever truthful. It’s true that we do...