Book Review: Hearing God’s Words (Part One)

Part One: Why I Chose This Book

In this particular season of my life—raising two kids with my wife, working downtown, being a part of a church community, farming in the backyard, networking with other churches, and everything in between—I’ve felt called to live out and pursue this idea of “sustainable spirituality.” Essentially, how in the world . . . → Read More: Book Review: Hearing God’s Words (Part One)

Sacred Stuff in the OT

I came across a really insightful passage from Peter Adam’s Hearing God’s Words on the bus today, regarding the nature of sacred things as reflected in the Old Testament. In my pursuit of understanding sustainable spirituality, one of the barriers that must be broken through is the false dichotomy between sacred and secular. I don’t think . . . → Read More: Sacred Stuff in the OT