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Designed to share

Are we wired to share with others? This video examines the human desire to share our lives with others.

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Generational Worldviews

Here’s a video of my talk titled, “Generational Worldviews,” at Biola University’s Chapel on February 11, 2013.

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When preaching fails

When preaching fails

John Wesley: “I was more convinced than ever that the preaching like an apostle, without joining together those that are awakened and training them up in the ways of God, is only begetting children for the murderer.”

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Ethnicity Matters

How do faith and ethnicity intersect? Is ethnicity a biblically-valid part of our identity? Is God colorblind? Check out this new video from InterVarsity’s 2100 Productions.

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John Wesley on revival, sort of

John Wesley on revival, sort of

“I was more convinced than ever that the preaching like an apostle, without joining together those that are awakened and training them up in the ways of God, is only begetting children for the murderer.”

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Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

During my freshmen year, I went up to my friend Alyssa and said, “Hey, I think you have a smudge on your forehead,” and got up out of my chair to wipe it off.

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Vanier, on community

Vanier, on community

“Almost everyone finds their early days in a community ideal … And then comes the let-down. The greater their idealization of the community at the start, the greater the disenchantment.”

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