After school ended for the spring term the seminary invited a guest, Dr. Chris Gambill, to come to campus and to help us converse about the events of the last eight months.
For some time now Eugene Peterson has been producing his five volume spiritual theology, starting with Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places. He has now finished the fifth and final volume, Practice Resurrection.
Over the years I have enjoyed the writings of Wendell Berry, poet, novelist, essayist, farmer, ecologist, person of Henry County, north central Kentucky.
John Goldingay says, " . . . mindfulness is key to hope" (OT Theology III: 107).
A recent book by Jim Belcher carries the title, Deep Church (Downers Grove: IVP, 2009).
As we rethink our strategic plan at Sioux Falls Seminary, I find it a good time to reflect on my personal values.
I get asked quite often what it is like to move into a new campus. My standard answer has been, "New is nice."
No one knew a tornado was approaching until that moment.
In Luke 19:11-27, Jesus tells a story about a man who leaves his servants with money to invest while he is gone.
Okay, so I'm a little slow. Paul Young came out with The Shack in 2007. I finished reading it in December 2008 after some three million copies had been sold.