I watched the Super Bowl last night, and I must say: I have never regretted watching something so much in my life. Full disclosure–I am a Miami Dolphins fan, so let’s just say there is no love lost between me and the Patriots. In between Tom Brady getting sacked like a dozen times and throwing … More Audi Asks, “Where Do Our Little Girls Find Value?”
My wife and I got married only eight years ago, but it feels like an eternity. We didn’t know we were supposed to find a billowy field with a rustic barn for an outdoor wedding. We didn’t know we were supposed to wear suspenders and mix-matched dresses. We didn’t know we were supposed to have chalkboards … More Is Pinterest Changing the Way We Wed?
We are the generation that wants to change the world. Ours is the one that will tear down barriers of race, class, and gender. We will fight injustice. We will feed the hungry. We will free the sex slave. We will save the planet. Day after day, we join the millions of electronic voices raised … More Hold On…Are You Sure You’re Changing the World?
“If you aren’t preaching on abortion, you’re silence is damning.” “If you aren’t preaching on sex trafficking, you are a part of the problem.” “If you aren’t preaching on racism, you are enabling racists.” “If you aren’t preach on political issues, you aren’t leading your people.” There aren’t enough weeks in a year. Not enough … More Twitter Shall Not Control the Pulpit
I live in a small rural town in South Carolina. It’s a place where churches are on every street corner and every household at least claims to be longstanding members of some congregation. And yet, it is a place where defeatism reigns. Churches teeter on the edge of financial collapse. Most of the aging buildings … More Victories That Will Never Satisfy
Let me make clear from the outset that my objective is not to defend the filth and obscenity that spews forth from a certain GOP candidate’s mouth. My desire is to defend a sacred space, the locker room, from going to the dogs. Organized sports have been a part of my life since age 5. … More In Defense of Locker Room Talk