I write this with a heavy heart, as heavy as yours may already be from the revelations of Ravi Zacharias' hidden life. If you hadn't heard of him, Zacharias was considered one of this era's greatest Christian apologists. If you haven't heard the news, an independent investigation found he had systematically groomed vulnerable women over many years,

Joy. Wonder. Meaning. Hope. I've come to believe we need regular infusions of such things to refill the joy tank and lighten the soul. And as we walk through one of the most tumultuous moments in recent memory, maybe we need such things even more. That's why I'm delighted to announce that Reflect with Sheridan

In what has become a fun annual tradition, here is my year in reading - all the fiction, non-fiction, memoir, poetry, theology and other titles I read with short reflections on each. Some of these books happen to have been released this year too, but many are older. I used to publish this list around

In his famous poem The Four Quartets, TS Elliott says "We had the experience, but missed the meaning." How true! Too often life can become one long series of unrelated events - a conversation here, an appointment there, walking the dog, working through our to-do lists - and we miss any deeper significance they hold. If you're anything like me, 2020 is ending in a rush