A Sustainable Christian Life is Characterized by Steady Faithfulness

Horton says it well and memorably: "The key to maturity is time and community" (64). Our impulse for the extraordinary, however, fuels a desire for quick growth which in turn draws us away from community; at least, a community to which we commit ourselves for any length of time. The Restless Generation It's become a truism to say that millennials … Continue reading A Sustainable Christian Life is Characterized by Steady Faithfulness

A Sustainable Christian Life Begins with Justification by Faith Alone

Michael Horton's Ordinary is both a convicting and refreshing book. Horton helps Christians cultivate what he calls "sustainable faith" in world that is characterized with an obsession with the exceptional. The first sentence of Horton's book is a list of adjectives and phrases that are used daily by savvy marketers to attract my generation to some new product. "Radical. Epic. Revolutionary. Transformative. … Continue reading A Sustainable Christian Life Begins with Justification by Faith Alone