Every day is its own story; with the rising of the sun comes conflict, twists, turns, and, if we’re paying attention, character development. The ultimate author of each day is God, but within our individual spheres, we are the ones at the keyboard. It is our will that shapes our days, filling them with something meaningful and… Continue reading Living a Better Story
It’s late. No one will read this. By now, half the world is asleep, or they’re just getting their day underway. It will slip under the radar, drift off into the ether, and exist only as an entry on my already lengthy archive. But then again, if no one’s going to read it, why bother… Continue reading Paging C.S. Lewis
I blogged about this before (see here) but I finally went out out and bought Rob Bell’s latest book, Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, And The Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived. I spent the last day reading it. I must say, I’m not impressed. Neither am I outraged. My good friend… Continue reading What Hell Is Rob Bell Talking About?
For the past three years, I’ve worked for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries in two capacities: first, as the writer and producer of the Ministry’s two radio programs, “Let My People Think” and “Just Thinking” and secondly as the Project Manager for the Training and Special Projects Division. It has been, without question, three of the… Continue reading The Call: Musings on Ravi Zacharias, C.S. Lewis, and Moving On
I was filing out an application for a men’s mentoring program today (it’s with the C.S. Lewis Institute here in Atlanta), and among the many questions I had to answer was this: 20. What book, other than the Bible, has had the greatest impact on your life? Explain why. It took me a while to… Continue reading How Lewis Grizzard Changed My Life