Why poetry? Here are some of the ways that reading poetry has deepened my reading of Scripture.
In the midst of this pandemic, we are being challenged to sing a new song.
Lamentations is a book that teaches people of faith to lament, but to lament with hope, because the steadfast love of the Lord never ceases.
A poem for all my fellow "shelter-in-place" pilgrims.
Because of the Coronavirus pandemic, this past Sunday was another strange one for many of us. Here is a brief reflection on this unusual Sabbath day.
Because of the Coronavirus pandemic, this past Sunday was strange for many of us. Here is my reflection on this unusual Sabbath day, and on the promise that awaits us all.
How shall we “remember the Sabbath” when, because of the Coronavirus, we cannot come to church? Here is an “order of worship” that I offer, for personal or family devotions, that you can use tomorrow, March 15, the Third Sunday in Lent.
The Season of Lent begins with the imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday. But why? Why ashes? Here is my reflection on that question.
When life just seems like one obstacle after another, the New Testament book that we call "The Acts of the Apostles" can offer a powerful reminder that God is still at work in our life, and that there is no obstacle too great for God to overcome.
"This life is not a being holy but a becoming holy," Martin Luther writes. But what does that mean? In this post, I ponder what it means to become holy, and how God helps us along the way.