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

The Doctrine of Work: Some Recent Titles (And an Old One, Too)

The past fifteen years has provided Christian readers with a blessed increase in literature on the doctrine of work. This growth in resources is a welcome development because it appears that for some time now, the doctrine of work has become a matter of tertiary importance--if not insignificance--among evangelicals. However it developed, it seems that the default attitude among Christians with whom I … Continue reading The Doctrine of Work: Some Recent Titles (And an Old One, Too)