Brett Younger

Brett Younger

Brett Younger is associate professor of preaching at Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta.

Leaving Fred Craddock’s funeral, yearning just to be Christian

Remembering a man who invited preachers to stop teaching the lessons of Scripture and start telling the stories of faith.

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Six words to describe a life: Saints don’t know they are saints

They don’t act like good people. They are good people.

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Your world is too small

People who know only those like themselves begin to think God is like them.

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Let’s keep Herod in Christmas

Walmart sells a variety of plastic nativity scenes for the yard, but there are no glow-in-the-dark King Herods.

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A Chilean love story: A Catholic priest and his wife

The most amazing thing is that these weathered saints’ are still devoted to the church.

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Lost in the wilds of South America

We came really close to looking for a taxi and paying to follow them.

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Here’s to God!

Our new congregation had Heineken in the serving line and two bottles of wine at every table.

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Missions and misconceptions

“Sharing” the gospel is more than sending missionaries. It’s also about receiving a witness from Christians in other places.

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Felices son los estupidos

A measure of humility comes with attempts to speak another language.

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Learning how to eat the Lord’s Supper

What could be more surprising than grace that pours itself out for us?

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