Low-grade fever can make you sluggish, distracted, tired, and . Not completely. Just 10-20% more sluggish, distracted, tired, irritable. You notice it’s there, but you don’t take it seriously because you figure popping some Echinacea or a good night’s sleep will take care of it. Sometimes it does. Often it doesn’t.
I've just begun Eugene Peterson's Practice Resurrection: A Conversation on Growing Up in Christ. I enjoy virtually everything Peterson writes, but am really enjoying this one at the outset. Early in the book, Peterson describes his epiphany that, "Romantic, crusader, and consumer representations of the church get in the way
I recently finished John Ortberg's The Me I Want to Be. I love John Ortberg as a preacher and author. What he has to say is substantive, practical, humorous, and sophisticated in a down-home way. He's a good thinker who possesses that rare gift of taking ideas and translating them