The year is drawing to a close and it has been a wonderful time of learning, growing, sharing, and writing. I will be taking a Sabbatical over the next few days and look forward to connecting with you in the New Year. There are some exciting things on the horizon and I can’t wait to share.
What to Expect in 2014?
In January, I will start my final independent study and blog series on the topic of biblical justice. I plan to continue some of my regular topics on Mondays, but will primarily be focusing on various justice topics and introducing you to a few new friends who care deeply about this topic. As part of this series, we will also have a “Refuse to Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern-Day Slavery” chapter-by-chapter book discussion on Tuesdays beginning January 7, 2014. I hope you will join in.
In the meantime, I wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Here are highlights from the year to keep you company as you hopefully enjoy some days of rest:
My Favorite Blog Posts from this Year
What Types of Friends do You Need?
America’s Race Issue & Compliance of the American Church
Humility: How Well to Do You Sleep?
VBlog: Mentoring in the Marketplace
Mentoring: Why is Setting Expectations so Difficult?
The Most Read Blog Posts this Year
Racial Stereotypes & The Help: A Conversation with Author, Nicole Unice
The Gospel of Ruth – What a Man
Guest Post: Into a Man’s Heart – Lust of the Eyes
Guest Post: A Wilderness Experience: Has God Put You on a Shelf?
Some of the Best Blog Posts of All Time
Racial Reconciliation: Bloodlines – What’s Love Got to Do with It? A Conversation w/ Author, Trillia Newbell