Rory is a creative entrepreneur with experience in copywriting and editing, videography and video editing, music production, and marketing campaign development and management for print & web. He has facilitated custom leadership development solutions in several countries for groups of various sizes.
Prophets don’t need to see the future.
Jesus was humble enough to put himself at the mercy of someone else’s hospitality (the woman at the well, in John 4). This broke expectations, crossed boundaries, and opened up a space for the hearing of the gospel. You and I have chances every day to do the same.
I love Pinterest, but sometimes it ruins my life.
This is an open letter to Jerry Falwell Jr. with three questions about choosing Donald Trump to speak in LU's convocation for Martin Luther King Jr. day.
I have been challenged on this question recently because I've been taking on many, many projects.
My dad's birthday is in January, so I--with the help of my wife Heather--filmed a new live recording of a song I wrote for him in 2009. Watch it here!
The end of the year is for lists! Here's a bunch of random things I enjoyed in 2014.
The idea of finding God "for yourself"--meaning, in ways you choose, at times and places meaningful or convenient to you, or in bits and pieces that reinforce your own personal narrative--means that any God you find will most likely not be the God who revealed himself in Jesus
I wrote this when I was one month away from being married. Christmas was the best analogy I came up with; I also talk about sex. Hopefully that makes the "Read More" link irresistibly clickable.
"I am left feeling very tired and wondering how much longer any space will be held open on this subject for genuine nuance and dialogue, or if perhaps that space has closed and it is only now becoming apparent to me. I am left wondering if anyone who holds any position with respect to this situation and the underlying questions about the relationship between the LGBTQ community & the church is willing to practice the basic charity of seeking to understand their opponent's argument at its best, even if their opponent fails to articulate it that way (intentionally or not)."