Before Jesus was arrested, he prayed for his followers, and for all those who will believe in him through their word. Which means that Jesus prayed, and prays, for you and me. Here is my sermon on John 17:6-19.
"Christians live in the world, yet are not of the world." - Letter to Diognetus
Here are 52 scripture passages that I think are worth memorizing, one for every week of the year, with a link to corresponding Quizlet flashcards.
The miracle of the ascension assures us that Jesus, seated at the right hand of God, will be us always. Here is my sermon on this paradoxical miracle.
A poem inspired by John 15:16.
In this insightful book, Brett McCracken offers us a helpful guide to what we should be feeding our souls in order to attain wisdom. Here is my summary and review.
Here are a few things that I have learned about how to stay motivated to keep running or walking.
Jesus chose to bless the world through his followers, and what a time for us to be chosen! Here is my sermon on John 15:9-17.
The Long Loneliness | Dorothy Day
Of what help is it to you that God is God, if he is not God to you? - Martin Luther