I’ve written about 50 articles for Preaching Today, Leadership Journal, and CT Pastors. Below are a few of my favorites. If you’d like to browse all my articles at their website, click the button below.

Rest for the Disquieted

If ever there was a wilderness time meant to humble us, this is it. Our helpless feeling jabs its bony finger toward the floor at Jesus’ feet. Our loneliness and restlessness usher us down front to the humility rug.

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“How Can I Keep from Singing?” – Easter 2020

We will come to Easter Sunday as reluctant soloists, with only our own voices, without the band or choir, guitar or organ. Now we really must sing by faith, not only our faith in Christ but our faith that our single voices will be joined with countless others “before the throne of God above…”

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Our wilderness

You may feel like you’re trying to pastor with your staff tied behind your back but our Good Shepherd leads with sure and certain steps.

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My dear shepherds, Technology is a gift in this season of distance, to be sure, but there’s not much warmth in its touch is there? …

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The Danger of Practical Preaching

One of my earliest pieces, still why I champion expository preaching.

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What Kind of Pastor Am I?

It’s not so much your method as what you’re dispensing. Lee Eclov, Leadership Journal, February 2014 (web only) “Recently I have become really confused about …

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