4 Ways the Church Can Lead in Web 3.0

As technology continues to advance rapidly, the Church must find ways to use new technologies to further the Kingdom of God. One of the newest and most exciting technological developments is Web 3.0, which is becoming widely adopted. To learn more about what Web 3.0 is, read my previous blog on this subject. I personally […]

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The Power of a Contextualized Gospel

Throughout my life, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to live in other countries, growing up in places such as Lebanon and France. In fact, I was very young when my parents moved our family to Lebanon and didn’t move back to the United States until I was 16 years old. Those experiences cultivated within me […]

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I DO

i Do.

Words and their interpretations are incredibly important to those in the law profession. So imagine my struggle to carefully compose a wedding ceremony for two lawyers! Thank God for giving me just the right word, and only two were needed!  I DO. I was performing the wedding ceremony for two lawyers and joked, “When attorneys […]

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Higher education and its role in higher calling

The underhandedness has been going on for ages. However, the world sat up and took notice when the Justice Department released details of the largest college admissions scandal ever prosecuted in U.S. history. More than 30 wealthy parents have been accused of using bribery and fraud to gain admission for their children to elite, big-name […]

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The ‘Black Panther’ quote no one is talking about

The blockbuster Marvel superhero movie Black Panther is breaking all kinds of records. Rife with deeply thoughtful writing and powerfully inspiring quotes, my favorite record-breaker is that ‘Black Panther’ is now the most Tweeted about movie of all-time[1]. Yet, they need to be. Clearly this one strikes a nerve—one that is currently raw and exposed and […]

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Do you speak Generation Z?

Do you speak Generation Z?

To understand Gen Z, we must look at the prior proximal Generation Y—also known as Echo Boomers or Millennials—to understand the “swing” that Gen Z is pushing back against.

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