Resurrected Living
"What are you going to do with your new resurrected life? This is the heroic question." Richard Rohr

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A Look at Labels

August 25, 2014

  The following links are posts on labels and why they often do more harm than good. The Ambiguity of Labels by Ben Williams Those Unhelpful Labels by K. Rex Butts Labels Hurt by John Dobbs Labels and Lies by Pita Horne The Tower of Label by Johnny Bond What Label Would Jesus Choose by Scott Elliott The Problem With Liberal […]


June 6, 2014

Compadres Blog Tour I am part of a Facebook group called Compadres and this summer we are doing a blog tour. Each week a few of us will post on something from the life of Jesus. I will post the links here so you can follow along. Jeremy Schopper is the first one to post. […]

Strange Gods

August 7, 2013

There have been several recent books published on the subject of idolatry, so I did not know what to expect when I began Elizabeth Scalia’s new book Strange Gods. Would she merely echo what others have written? Would she present any new insights on this age old problem? Would this be a book I would […]


March 22, 2013

What Does a Real Man Look Like? Like me, you were probably horrified by the news coming out of Steubenville, OH. How could a community create a culture in which women are objectified, mistreated, and abused? How could members of a community look the other way when rumors of awful things began to surface? The […]


June 26, 2012

Every summer I hope to blog more, but it never works out that way. It has been more than two weeks since I have posted anything. One week I was at church camp and disconnected from the world. The next week I was trying to catch up on everything because I had spent a week […]

On the Web

May 20, 2012

Here are a few things I posted or wrote recently that are now on the web somewhere else. The Faith Village blog recently posted two of my articles. Tips for Young Minsters Tips for Christians Who Use Social Networks My review of Jonathan Merritt’s A Faith of Our Own was posted at the Englewood Review […]