The amazing stories of ordinary people who respond to God's call.
Seeking a church family
If you only read one thing today, please make it this. It's so good.
Seeking God: The Bread
Whatever your current "hunger" is, only Jesus can satisfy that hunger beyond what you ever thought possible.
Seeking God: Keep a soft heart
The seed sown on the rock never brought any fruit to perfection.
Seeking God: Like an oasis
Connected to others and God through Jesus, we get to see God's movement in ways we never thought possible.
Why I’m dreading Lent this year
Lent means I have to slow down. It means that I actually have to stop trying so hard and slow down so that I can commune with God.
but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect, 1 Peter 3:15 I always read this verse as "always be prepared to give a lecture... Continue Reading →
What to do when a sermon tests your faith
On my way home last night I decided to listen to a Christian radio channel. They usually air sermons which I like to listen to while driving. Some of my most profound thinking time happens in the driver's seat. However, last night I was surprised to encounter a message focusing on Nazis, Syrians, the wrath of God, and hellfire.... Continue Reading →
Is it a sin not to go to church?
The convenience of a streaming church service is a double-edged sword. Indispensable to those who cannot leave their bed, but a tool of temptation for the devil. I heard that whisper this morning: Why get up so early? It's cold and you deserve a break, and who will notice you anyway? Whether you go or stay won't... Continue Reading →
The One Thing God Can’t Do
“The gift is God’s love, a God who can’t sever himself from us. That is the impotence of God. We say: ‘God is all powerful, He can do everything!” Except for one thing: Sever Himself from us! In the gospel, that image of Jesus who weeps over Jerusalem, helps us understand something about that love. Jesus wept! He wept over Jerusalem and that weeping is all about God’s impotence: his inability to not love (us) and not sever himself from us.”