Lucas Weeks

Lucas Weeks is an associate pastor at Clearnote Church in Bloomington, Indiana. He's married to Hannah, and they have six children.

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Warhorn Media on COVID-19: Collected writings

What follows is a list of articles posted here on Warhorn Media about Coronavirus and all the related topics: face masks, submission to authority, spheres of authority, rebellion, schism, etc.  In a similar vein, we’ve collected Pastor Wilson’s writings on... read more

Facebook is not to blame for your cold heart

Last week, I wrote about how our smartphones interrupt and distract us. They are supposed to be tools we use to do things that matter, but instead, we use them to avoid doing things that matter. Today, I want to focus on our technology’s impact on our relationships.... read more

Driven to Distraction by our Smartphones

Last week on the daily Zoom broadcast from pastors of Trinity Reformed Church, I discussed general principals for how to be wise as we use technology. This week so far, I have focused on what we give our attention to. I’ve been honing in on attention because so... read more

Review: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

This past Friday, I saw How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World with my children. I think I may have been to the movie theater three or four times, tops, with my children (the oldest is nine), and I only went to this one on a whim because of this discussion in... read more

Should we bother to read the news?

Serious question. Two articles (heh) popped up in my reading this week that led me to ask this question. The first is this one from 2013 titled “Why You Should Stop Reading the News.” The ensuing discussion on Hacker News can be found here. Today at... read more

Sanityville Grand Opening! Sane Christian discourse in a world gone mad

We’re very excited about the wonderful response we’ve had so far to Sanityville, and we’re delighted to share it with everyone today. You can check it out for yourself at We’ve been invite-only for the past few weeks, and we’ve already... read more

What should Christian discourse online look like?

We want quality conversations, and that needs more definition. What can we do to ecourage quality conversations to take place in Sanityville?

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Facebook Groups? Nah.

In the time we spent planning Sanityville, one question kept coming up: why don’t we just start a Facebook group? It’s a good question, and it deserves a full answer. After all, just about everyone we know already has a Facebook account, and most people... read more

Who’s really (in)sane?

The World says you’re insane. Christians say you’re insane. You’re not insane.

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Calling All Citizens of Sanityville

Tim Bayly isn’t the only one who has been hard at work recently, and we have some exciting news to prove it. Next month, Warhorn Media will be launching an online community for all our wonderful readers, listeners, and supporters. We’re calling it... read more

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