Recent Thoughts

MONDAY MEDITATION: Smelly Discipleship (May 17)

MONDAY MEDITATION: Smelly Discipleship (May 17)

Jesus said, “Remove the stone.” Martha, the sister of the dead man, said, “Lord, the smell will be awful! He’s been...
Read More
Hear Their Stories

Hear Their Stories

In a school district in suburban St. Louis county, a controversy arose over the teaching of diversity curriculum. St. Louis...
Read More
MONDAY MEDITATION: Three Questions Before Retweeting (May 10)

MONDAY MEDITATION: Three Questions Before Retweeting (May 10)

Dear friends, don’t believe every spirit. Test the spirits to see if they are from God because many false prophets...
Read More

Addressing Atheism: Is Authentic Faith Possible?

Exploring faith that makes sense and feels right.

Twenty-eight daily devotions from real life stories.

FREE download!

Reflections asking tough questions, seeking honest answers. 

I grew up in southern Missouri with a fondness for nature, Jesus and science…

Read More… 

Book of the Month

Destroyer of the Gods: Early Christian Distinctiveness in the Roman World
Destroyer of the Gods: Early Christian Distinctiveness in the Roman World

August, 2020 Selection This is an in-depth, but timely, book about the origins of Christianity within a hostile culture. I've included this selection because of our current national unrest. It shows how our faith has a relevant voice that must [...]

Comments From a "Friendly AtheisT"

“As someone on the opposite side of the theological spectrum from Pastor Weeks, I appreciate his ability to discuss faith in a personal way without trying to score easy points with fellow believers. (He even gives credit to the other side where it's due, which is a rare treat these  days!)  We come to very different conclusions about God, but I have a lot of respect for people who open themselves up to debate and discussion. Addressing Atheism is an excellent starting point for Christians seeking out conversations with atheists.”

HEMANT MEHTA
, American atheist activist; blogger at The Friendly Atheist.

%d bloggers like this: