Confession

I’m still tired and sore from raking leaves on Saturday so I think my regular Monday blog post will be tomorrow. In the meantime, you might find this article from my dad interesting. For the record he’s guilty of none of the things on the list he writes, at least in my opinion 🙂

Bob on Books

We just arrived back home from a visit to one of the churches that funds our college ministry. It was a wonderful time for catching up with old friends and making some new ones. But one conversation sticks in my mind, because it is a conversation that I seem to have been having in one form or another over the past months. It was with a mom who was talking about one of her children who has distanced herself from the faith of her childhood. No resentment of parents with whom she is on good terms. Nevertheless, she cannot embrace the faith she grew up with.

This is not a new story. It happened with friends of mine in my generation. But it seems it is happening to an unprecedented degree among the generation known as Millenials according to David Kinnaman, author of You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are…

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