Oh no…not the kids! On this first episode of 2019, Fee and Wayne are joined by two very special guests…their two daughters, Kori and Kami. The girls talk about some of the things that their […]
Rest is seriously underrated…ask my wife and I.
Can we ever really “play catch up” with time?
“One of the ways you can tell that your kids are just borrowing your faith is if they never ask questions.” ~ Natasha Crain
Just the two of us, right? Maybe not so much. Fee and Wayne discuss the value of Jesus being at the center of marriage…and how that transforms your marriage from one that only benefits the […]
Yeah, we know…it’s been a minute. But a lot has gone on with Fee and Wayne since their last episode…including their 10th wedding anniversary! So, to commemorate both their 10th year and 10th episode together, […]
Are issues of social justice always just a local matter?
“Someone once said that ‘a community is where the person you like least always is.’ When you think about it, the early church was comprised of individuals, Jews and Gentiles, that despised each other. Yet […]
Being in a household full of women has taught me, and is teaching me, the value of a listening ear.
Can we keep quiet when something totally awesome happens in our lives?
If you’re a mother, or are a mother-figure in someone else’s life…PLEASE take the time to read this!
"I think we have really hyper-individualized Christianity. We are comfortable with pastors laying out the implications of being a Christian in our personal lives, maybe even our family lives...but not our social lives. When you group people together into communities, such as a neighborhood or national government, for some reason, we tend to keep God out of those arenas today. Why are so many churches scared to tackle social issues like gun violence, education reform, racism, abortion, and so on? Why have we so privatized our Christianity?"~ Skye Jethani
"In the beginning (New Testament times), the church was a gathering of men and women around the person and mission of Jesus. Then it moved to Greece, where the church became a philosophy. Then it moved to Rome, where the church became an institution. Then it moved to Europe, where the church became a culture. And it's finally come to America, where the church has become an enterprise. The reason for this is that as the church has moved throughout the world, it has taken on the forms/structures that were dominant in whatever culture it went. In the early church, the dominant organizing principle of the culture was the household...the family."~ Richard Halverson