I never really thought I would be here, in this place wondering what is next. When we left Aberdeen it was in hopeful anticipation of the next step almost being an immediate thing. At first it was a bit disappointing…. ok really disappointing. I really didn’t have much time to reflect on what was next. […]
Last year I got to experience Hume Lake for the first time as a counselor. I was blown away at their focus on Jesus and emphasis on connecting students back to the local Church. You can read about my experience here. This post is dedicated to sharing what Jesus did in the lives of my […]
Harkening back to last week’s discussion about the film Divided, let’s continue our discussion on the issue of Christian pedagogy. Is it true that a) separation from parents in church worship and discipleship, and b) that the practice of age-stratified ministries are really the root reasons for why so many young people are walking away […]
“Train up a child in the way he should go, Even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 I can remember with vivid reality the shock that hit me on August 10th, 2009. I was driving down a long, drab, and straight road, flying by orchards of apricot trees in […]
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Brandon Barr on The Two Cities turns 6! Glad to hear the team is reassembling! :)
Ra on On F Bombs and Christian Music: A Reflection on P.O.D.’s Newest Album, Murdered Love These so called Christian artists are just trying to fit ...
Social Work-An exciting career – National Association of Social Workers of Uganda (NASWU) on Jesus: The First Social Worker (Guest Post) […] http://www.thetwocities.com/culture/politics/jesus-the-first-social-worker-guest-post/ […]
Chinedu Chinakwe on Paul, the Gladiator Apostle? Paul spoke of real humans whom he likened to base ...