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How to Go Back to Church – Part 2

After writing part 1 of “How to Go Back to Church” (you can read that here), I was eager to write part 2. I had the post ready to publish, then life happened. I found myself in not one, but two discussions with people who are just done with the whole church thing. “I’ve changed. I no… Read More ›

A Plea to Ministry Leaders

First off, we want to say we love you. Your vision.  Your dreams.  They have helped shape the world in some small way.  Or maybe in a big way.  You have made a difference. Your teaching.  Your preaching.  Your writing.  Your hard work. So thank you for your obedience and your heart.  Keep chasing after… Read More ›

The Heart of Community

  Community. That word sits parked at the middle of many church titles.  “******* Community Church.” In the 90s, this word became a part of church culture.  Everybody wanted it.  Everybody claimed it in their titles.  It’s non-denominational “vibe” replaced words like Baptist, Presbyterian, and Methodist on their church signs. Community was THE buzz word…. Read More ›


The first rule of Fight Club?  You don’t talk about fight club. But I’m going to talk about it.  I have to. I want to talk about the way a mother told her daughter not to talk to my daughter because of the church our family attended. I want to talk about the way pastors… Read More ›