Next week I plan to start a new series in which we’ll be taking a deep dive into the book of James. But for this week, I wanted to share something that has been pressing on my heart: the need for the Christian to be ready. The world is crazy right now. Between natural disasters… Continue reading Come What May
My house is peacefully quite this Wednesday morning. I’m watching the chilly November sun rise as I am warmed by a fuzzy blanket, a big cup of coffee, and my worn out Bible in my lap. This serenity is threatened by every pop up notification on my phone and the small itching in me to… Continue reading Where do we go from here?
Anyone who has even partially heard of the life of Jesus can’t deny how incredible were his works and teaching. In fact, many who don’t recognize him as deity still see him as a great teacher and miracle worker. For those who believe in him as part of the Trinity, therefore being God himself, his… Continue reading Miracles in the Everyday
What does enforcement of face coverings, protest, and Independence Day have in common? I’ll tell you. The concept of freedom. We want to be free to go in public without a mask, free to protest whatever we believe in without consequences, and free as Americans because of the victory in the American revolution. But do… Continue reading Free Indeed
Trusting what people say is risky. The older I get the more skeptical I am of certain people promising me that they will do this or that. I’m much more comfortable trusting people’s actions. But what if we could trust people’s words because they always followed them up with the appropriate action? What if other… Continue reading Radical Integrity