They say that emulation is a the biggest flattery – but what happens when you realize you just cannot maintain what someone else does? Our psalm verses today speak of a “perfect worship” of God which, to me, means do not. Continue reading Psalm 119: Sin and Shin
In this final podcast of this 3-part series on Communion we dive into the meaning of the Cup for Christ’s words, and his command, is MORE than just words – it’s a beautiful and rich backstory that we NEED to understand as Children of God. Continue reading The Cup: Drinking Up Forgiveness
In this blog we declare a few truths and then work through what Scripture says our leaders (and ourselves) should embody. It’s not exhaustive but the hope is that it helps us remember that as Christians we not only seek HIS kingdom but we live into it here on earth. Continue reading Politics and Our Faith: Leading with Scripture
Our psalm reflection today looks at verses 153-160 of Psalm 119 and how the psalmist declares their faithfulness to the Law of God which THUS should prompt God’s saving work. It’s a beautiful historical challenge of the way things WERE and yet it should remind us of why God ultimately sent his Son. Continue reading Psalm 119: Resh
In this podcast we continue to look into not only Communion but specifically Jesus’ words concerning the bread. That when he takes the bread, breaks it, and tells his Disciples to “take, eat” he was drawing, and opening, so much for them. Continue reading Communion Series: The Bread of Life
In this first of 3 podcasts we dive into what Communion in, where it stems from, where it hearkens back to and why it propels us forward. Continue reading Communion Podcast: What is it?
As you look upon the cross – do you stand before it or beyond it? As you think of what Christ has done – are you worth it or not? In this blog I work through some of the “tension” we are in as we think of the love Christ has for us. Continue reading Living in Love’s Tension