If you’re part of the evangelical church, chances are you’ve heard the recent controversy surrounding statements made by Michael Gungor. While Gungor has never been shy about his theology, it’s only as of late that the quotes from an old blog post have made news. An article was posted to
You’re the rhythm to my heart – Though you make it stand still The air I breathe – Though you take my breath away The song I sing – Though you leave me speechless How can I explain your paradoxical affection Which fills my heart so completely, Yet leaves me longing for more?
Rocks dance on hillsides Moving with the songs of nature, The rhythm of trees; Heaven’s instruments Fill the ears with wonder, The heart with humility, And the senses with awe; Rivers harmonize Creeks accentuate Wind amplifies nature’s orchestra; Rock dance on hillsides And so, in turn, do I
You know how the anecdote goes: When life gives you lemons make lemonade. Cliché as it is, you’ve probably said it before and you’ve likely wasted precious energy trying to squeeze every last drop out of those stupid lemons, hoping you don’t get any more thrown at you in the
There are some theories that I must explain Formulated on and regarding the brain Heed my words when I tell you plain Of the theories that a man named Erikson’s lain It’s quite convenient I can say with one breath That Erikson’s theories cover birth to death Psychological development’s always