for those of us from the cool, damp pacific northwest, there’s not much reason to get excited about traveling to west texas. but i arrived deeply excited. after flying into san antonio late march, i drove the four hours north to meet professor tony ash. a publisher introduced me to tony several years ago, shortly […]Read More walking with c. s. lewis: remembering professor tony ash
the following are my reflections on my grandfather’s life–a man who shaped my life more than anyone else–offered as the eulogy at his memorial service on january 5, 2017. good afternoon, my name is ryan pemberton, and i’m “bud” kinsey’s grandson. on behalf of our entire family, thank you for joining us to celebrate and […]Read More c.m. “bud” kinsey: a life remembered
the following is the final message given to a gathering of university students in berkeley, california in a semester-long study of Jesus’ response to the question: what’s the most important commandment? (mark 12:28-31) so to wrap up our series on love, i want to shift our focus from our love of God, love of others, and love […]Read More how to speak of God’s love?