In this sermon I reflect on Psalm 130, and the calling of God that we flourish, not languish, in waiting. Doing so makes us people of hope.
I shouldn’t tell you what I gave up for Lent, but the impact on me was so good I’m going to tell you anyway. Hope it’s worth it.
The people of God have the life-giving calling of being a truth seeker in a culture of lies, deceit, and half-truths.
This book celebrates and demonstrates what it means to be faithful in the ordinary to the glory of God.
Bono’s memoir is a lyrically written story of U2, songs, music, fame, activism, relationships, and deep faith.
Two extracts from my reading: On coffee & Capitalism, and on Kraft Mac & Cheese.
Four extracts: Wendell Berry’s vital words; Marilyn Chandler on childlikeness; Michael Gerson sees rot in evangelical politics; Tish Harrison Warren on A Rocha.
William Edgar, Christian apologist and jazz pianist demonstrates in Supreme Love that jazz cannot be understood apart from the Christian gospel.
A Rocha takes God’s word in scripture and creation seriously—please consider supporting its work of caring for the Lord’s earth.
Jesus tells a convicting story about two men who went to the Temple to pray. The one who was most right was unacceptable before God.