Over the last few months, I’ve poured myself into writing a brand new book. It’s been the best and hardest work of my life so far.
And while this new book might seem like a departure from my previous books, it’s not—it’s the foundation for everything I write, speak, and teach.
Alone Sucks tells the story of aloneness and untangles the many lies and messiness of life that have entrapped people for ages.
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Loneliness is one of those rare ailments that defiantly objects to publicity. Bringing it into the light with honesty and unvarnished vulnerability is the first hammer-whack on its ceramic frailty. Through his own story of acute isolation, Tim Eldred names the squiggly things under the rock, carrying the hope of light into dark places.Mark Oestreicher
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This morning I received an email from a friend in the Middle East that stirred my heart. One line in particular has my mind reeling, as I ponder his words and post them for your consideration.
I’m praying that you and the young followers of Jesus in the USA will be a prophetic voice in the midst of the media storm that is erupting around what I would consider ‘hate speech’ by certain ‘politicians’. These are difficult times.”
I’m not going to make any bold statements only raise some blunt questions. My thoughts might invigorate you or infuriate you (I’m fine with either BTW), but it’s time for the Church to lead the conversation with some biblically-balanced-common-sense. Listen closely, and contemplate my challenge. Don’t react emotionally—reflect prayerfully.
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Even as I begin to write, I’m wondering about the title of this blog and the ensuing firestorm it might create; nonetheless, I am compelled to raise the difficult question. When considering the conditions of the world, I wonder if the Church needs to admit some responsibility for the apathy of this generation.
As we watch the world unravel like Scripture predicts, it’s so easy to point fingers and find fault with others. While hateful regimes recruit young people to their causes of chaos and destruction, how should the Body of Christ react to the apparent appeal that draws the allegiance of a few misguided souls?
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