Heavenly Fellowship and the Pursuit of Life, Liberty, and Happiness

Infrequent Celebration of the Supper is the Devil’s Work

What is Trinity Sunday?

Good Friday Homily: The Politics of Good Friday

Lent as Psalmic Restructure

Lenten Quotes, Day 2

Lenten Quotes, Day 1

The Trinity House (Peter Leithart, James Jordan, Rich Lusk, et al.)

For those of us who have been following closely the genesis of the Trinity House, here is another good news: their website is officially live. Check it out!

Shameless Plugs!

PhotoEditor and Contributor to The Church-Friendly Family (Published by Covenant Media Foundation) Or on Kindle

Of the making of books about marriage and the family, there is no end. The family is in trouble today―and has been since the sin of our first parents. But the rescue of the family requires more than just good advice, helpful as that can be. It requires more than just a focus on the family. It requires that the family be brought into the church of Jesus Christ. In The Church-Friendly Family, Randy Booth and Rich Lusk set marriage and family in the context of the church, showing how putting the church first enables the family to bear a rich harvest in culture, education, missions, and more.

Author of Pastoral Essay entitled The Trinitarian Father(Self-Published Kindle Edition)

These series of pastoral essays are a call to see the world through Trinitarian eyes. As the great Dutch theologian, Herman Bavinck, explains:

“…the doctrine of the Trinity is of incalculable importance for the Christian religion. The entire Christian belief system, all of special revelation, stands or falls with the confession of God’s Trinity. It is the core of the Christian faith, the root of all its dogmas, the basic content of the new covenant.

With this in mind, my hope through these essays is to offer a pastoral exhortation to think Trinitarianly about the Church, Family, and Culture. These essays are not meant to be technical discussions of the Trinity, but rather practical applications grounded in the God who is Three and One.

May these essays provide the sort of theological framework for pastors and parishioners to grow into a robust Trinitarian faith.