“Could my 7-year-old already know he is gay?” That was the title of a worried mom’s Reddit post about a week ago. Her young son hadn’t used the word “gay,” but he had indicated an interest in other boys, and yet he seemed afraid to talk about it. The mom wanted to know how best … Read more
Earlier today, I sent out a newsletter to those of you who subscribe to my updates. In case you missed it, I’m also posting a link here.
Here’s a bit of a break from my more serious videos—and a positive message that feels relevant right now.
As you might know, I’m a bit of a theme park geek, and I live in Orlando, where there are a bunch of theme parks to geek out about….
I’m tired of the partisanship and polarization—tired of people focusing on what they’re against instead of what they’re for.
Here’s what I’m for—as an American and as a Christian.
This is my manifesto.
One of the silliest, most fun things I ever wrote is back online by popular demand…and this time, it’s got a full-length special commentary to go with it!
Here it is! The free, downloadable study guide for Talking Across the Divide is now available. Talking Across the Divide, of course, is my new book from Penguin Random House about why our culture is so polarized and what we can do about it—filled with specific, practical tips for talking to the people you find it … Read more
Everyone keeps asking me whether I’m doing a book tour. Here’s the answer—and some fun stories from the “radio tour” I just did for my new book, Talking Across the Divide.
I’ve been doing a bunch of interviews this week to promote my new book, Talking Across the Divide.
One of them was with NPR member station KERA and their show “THINK.”
It seems like forever that I’ve been waiting, but my new book, Talking Across the Divide, is now available in print, ebook, and audiobook versions, from wherever you like to buy your books. Today, launch day, I’m going to be spending the day doing radio interviews by phone with a variety of stations across the … Read more
Is it wrong to ask “Did God really say that?” about the things we heard growing up in church? Some people say it’s “the Devil’s oldest trick.” But watch out—because this story has a plot twist.