Iain Provan was my professor at Regent College, and I was privileged to serve as his teaching assistant during my third year. His commitment to honoring the Scriptures and reading these ancient stories as well as we possibly can, has impacted my teaching of the Old Testament more than anyone else.
This is why I started playing golf.
“The problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they’re incomplete.” This is a great challenge to communicators and preachers who use stories to make an impression in people’s lives.
Creativity takes time. Jerry Seinfeld talks in this video about how long it takes him to write a joke – two years, in the case of this pop tart rant. Something about this is validating for pastors and communicators who spend twenty hours a week working with words.
From Bob Goff, author of a new book, “Love Does”– this is a sweet video of students from Restore International getting their first shot at surfing…
Looking forward to see how well this translates from page to screen.
My wife and I are really excited about this couples experience that we’ll be doing in the new year called Great Together. It’s an integration of leadership development and marriage enrichment that we’re hoping will give us renewed vision for our marriage and future family in the coming years.