However, I’m not sure I’ve discovered a lot of answers as much as I’ve generated more questions. That’s why I’m excited to begin reading Albert Hsu’s (pronounced “Shee”) The Suburban Christian. I’ve had friends recommend this book and can’t wait to see if it will give me greater insight into how we can better make disciples of those living in the suburbs. Stay tuned.
The Christian and Suburbia
For quite some time I’ve wrestled with what it means to be a Follower of Jesus living in suburbia. I’ve preached series on it, dialogued with other staff about it, heck, even the title of my blog touches upon the idea of trying to follow Christ in a culture given to consumerism (which, if anything, describes suburbia. See my inaugural post).
World Autism Day
Today, I’m wearing blue as people around the world are observing World Autism Day. My son has a form of autism, Asperger’s Syndrome. Autism now
A Pastor’s Reflections on Preaching About Faith & Science
We recently finished up a sermon series on Faith & Science. It was one of the most well-attended, and highly invitational series in recent memory.
For the past five years I have annually gathered with a group of my college buddies (see above photo from last year’s trip to Banff,
2 thoughts on “The Christian and Suburbia”
Just finished rereading it. It’s a great read. Very thought provoking. Look forward to talking about it with you.
Just through the preface and I’m excited!