A brief reflection on First and Second Chronicles and what it means to "do what is right in the sight of the Lord."
Here is my sermon on Isaiah's magnificent vision in the Temple as we celebrate Holy Trinity Sunday.
In this guest post, Seminarian Katie Laurence compares and contrasts the stories of Barnabas with Ananias and Sapphira from the Book of Acts, and ponders what their stories teach us about being the church today.
This is another in my series exploring Scripture's most compelling questions, in this case the famous question that Pilate asked Jesus: “What is truth?”
A poem by George Herbert (and a favorite quote by Philip Melanchthon) as we prepare for Holy Trinity Sunday.
A poem inspired by Romans 8:26
What is the point of Pentecost, and what does it mean for us today? Here is my sermon on Acts 2:1-21, for the celebration of Pentecost.
Gracious and Loving God, I give thanks to you for the privilege of serving you through this blog, for the opportunity to share my faith in this way, and I pray for each and every person who visits these pages. I ask you, Lord, to bless all who read these words, praying that you would…
Here is a thought-provoking poem by Madeline L'Engle to get us ready for Pentecost.
United by a Shared Savior: A Devotion on Mark 5