In Jesus' day, the common wisdom was you should forgive a person three times for a misdeed against you, since any more and you risk being taken advantage of. Peter,…

Slavery & Freedom

March 10, 2019
Last week we explored the most frequent Biblical word for sin, which literally meant to “miss the mark” God desires for our lives. Today, we continue our Lent series on…
Paul declares in our last scripture, “For our sake, God made him—Christ—to be sin, who knew no sin.” Really step back and consider what he is saying. The Lord made…

Missing the Mark

March 3, 2019
Today is Transfiguration Sunday, the final Sunday before Lent, a day on which we rejoice in the divine majesty and glory of Jesus Christ. With Lent's solemnity ahead, Transfiguration Sunday…
Verse 14 reads, “Stand therefore, and fasten the belt of truth around your waist.” When I was in Sunday school, we had a poster of a knight in shining armor…
What Paul says here can be hard for modern Christians to grapple with. With scriptures like today’s—and you can find near parallels of it elsewhere in Colossians, 1 Timothy, Titus,…
Christianity is shrinking across America, especially among my generation. The list of reasons why is as diverse as our nation. But one of the most prominent reasons... is that we…
At the end of every summer, our church throws a picnic with lawn games galore, including the tug-of-war. And while tug-of-war at its core is about strength, a team working…
In chapter three of Ephesians today, Paul continues unpacking the depth and width of salvation. In chapter one, Paul gave a panorama view of salvation and how salvation necessarily transforms…

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