In this third interview with Desiring God about Date Your Wife I share my vision for manhood and why this is good news for women. DG Interview with Justin Buzzard (Part 3) from Desiring God on Vimeo.
My parents, Ron and Joan Buzzard, were married on 7/17/77. Today is their 35th wedding anniversary. The picture above was taken during their honeymoon. Two things to point out from this 35 year-old picture: 1. My mom is a babe. … Continue reading
I really like what my friend Dhati Lewis and others are doing through The Rebuild Initiative, multiplying urban leaders with the gospel. My church, Garden City, has a growing relationship with Jorge Mendoza of Sunrise Bible Church, an east side … Continue reading
From Desiring God: We recently sat down with Justin Buzzard, lead pastor of Garden City Church in Silicon Valley, to discuss his newest book, Date Your Wife. We diced up the interview into a handful of segments that we’ll be … Continue reading
Last week my wife threw me a book release party. It was fun! We danced in our backyard and people bought the first available copies of Date Your Wife. Below are a few pictures from the night.
Last night I finished writing Why Cities Matter with my friend, Stephen Um. We pray, hope, and trust that this book will help a lot of people. Crossway will publish Why Cities Matter spring, 2013. Click here for more information.
Everyone has to live for something and if that something isn’t the one true God, it will be a false God–an idol. An idol is anything more important to you than God. Therefore, you can turn even very good things … Continue reading
Gregory Wolfe has a great piece in today’s The Wall Street Journal about what is missing from Thomas Kinkade’s art: a fallen world and God’s redemption. Read the whole thing, but here’s the conclusion: But if faith teaches us anything, … Continue reading
Dear churches of America, Let’s make disciples instead of pleasing consumers. That is all. Sincerely, Justin
In the expensive areas on America’s coasts, demand is robust, because of high incomes and pleasures… California’s Santa Clara County, Silicon Valley, has a splendid Mediterranean climate and incomes that are 60 percent above the U.S. average. Unsurprisingly, people will … Continue reading