An Introvert’s Guide to Making an Impact

How to minister without getting peopled-out. Read More

What Can Be Done About Gender Inequality in the Church?

"There is a lot of great leadership in my church, but it feels like women are sort of regulated to only really doing women's or children's ministry. What can I do?" Read More

Your Job Is More Important Than You Think

From busing tables to business reports, the eternal significance of everyday work. Read More

An Open Letter to Seminary Students

A former seminarian warns not to make the common mistake she did. Read More

When Spiritual Leaders Are Stuck in Addiction

Why “falling from grace” is an insufficient picture of what’s really going on in ministry addictions. Read More

My daughter, Magnolia, is a typical three-year-old girl. She loves dressing up like a princess, playing with her dollhouse, watching My Little Pony and wherever music is playing, you can find her dancing. Whenever it comes time to read a book or be tucked in for a nap or bed, she is eager to hear another Bible story. We have made it a priority to try to read the Bible together as frequently as possible in order to teach about God as she grows—but sometimes it is Magnolia who teaches us. Read More