To Mourn Well

Scripture calls believers to mourn with those who mourn. To let love always be genuine and to abhor that which is evil. To always hold fast to which is good. When there is a disconnect between people, how may we fulfill scripture and mourn with love well? … More To Mourn Well

Small Town Jesus | Donnie Griggs

Does Small Town Jesus have anything original to say? The Christian literary world is filled with books on the missiology of church planting. What is strikingly interesting about the mountain of missiological texts is that the overwhelming majority falls into one of two categories: (1) Planting in urban settings, and (2) Planting in foreign lands. At the time of this review, Small Town Jesus is the only text written in the last decade that I could find readily available on Amazon on the topic of missiology and church planting in small towns. But is it relevant? … More Small Town Jesus | Donnie Griggs

Peculiar Meals – The Gift of a Dinner Table

Every Tuesday night for the last two years, two of my friends have done something scandalous. They don’t publicize it. I don’t think they care what others would think. What they do is really quiet simple and remarkable. Every Tuesday night they open up their home. They invite others, just for a few hours each week, to be a part of a loving family. For a few hours each week a glimpse of heaven can be seen over some bread and wine in this small town. … More Peculiar Meals – The Gift of a Dinner Table