Many of us have struggled, as we’ve sought to understand God’s will for our lives. Attempting to understand the purposes of God and His plan for the future can often leave us scratching our heads, uncertain about what to … Continue reading
The need for honesty from the Church, Atheism, and Millennials. Part 2 of 2… Last week I wrote a response to two blogs, which CNN had posted. The first post addressed the reasons why the millennial generation was leaving the … Continue reading
“1 Jude, a servant of Jesus Christ and brother of James, To those who are called, beloved in God the Father and kept for Jesus Christ:2 May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you.3 Beloved, although I was very eager to write … Continue reading
The persistent grace of God is an aspect of His nature that humanity will never fully grasp. Even the finest Christian thinkers and theologians will never unravel the complexities of God’s graciousness.
The Bible is not a collection of disjointed stories designed to provide moral and ethic teaching. The Bible is a grand narrative about its central figure, Jesus. In a series called the ‘The Narrative”, we looked at the big picture … Continue reading
I preached the two weeks before Easter as part of our series called “The Easter Project”. Each week looked at the major elements of the work of Christ. Here is week two, His Death.
I preached the two weeks before Easter as part of our series called “The Easter Project”. Each week looked at the major elements of the work of Christ. Here is week one, His Life.