In 2012 the popular band Mumford and Sons released a song called “Hopeless Wanderer.” The hit song ends with this refrain, “I will learn to love the skies I’m under.” Take it from a guy who’s lived a lot of places, there’s wisdom in that refrain.
Landon talks to Hunter Seigler, aka Asterisk, aka Garrick, aka Pookie Bear, aka Napoleon, aka Big Cat to talk about the pros and cons of youth camp.
This post is a reflection on 10 leadership lessons from Hezekiah’s reign over Judah. These lessons are particularly applicable for those leading in hard times.
Recently the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (CBMW) released the “Nashville Statement.” This document is intended to present God’s revealed purposes for human sexuality. The response to the Nashville Statement has been interesting, to say the least.
Landon talks to Josh Green, pastor of Redemption Church in Odessa. Together they answer the question, “What is a regular pastor?”
I’ve been a pastor for 10 years, and lately I’ve been thinking about my preaching. The question that keeps running through my head is this, “Would my preaching offend a Mormon?”
It’s been two years since I started writing weekly posts at landoncoleman.com. This was my first foray into the blogosphere. I have enjoyed sharing my thoughts, and I have enjoyed hearing yours.