As I read through the Bible this year, I am writing a nonet poem for each of its sixty-six books. Here are my nonets for the first five books of the New Testament, the four Gospels and Acts of the Apostles.
In a world filled with words that often bring anxiety, division, and even despair, Jesus offers us something very different: words of eternal life. Here is my sermon on John 6:56-69.
The only food that endures for eternal life is the food offered by Jesus, but it is offered freely to all. Here is my sermon on John 6:24-35.
Jesus feeds the five thousand to teach us that with Jesus, there is always enough. Here is my sermon on this miracle, as recorded in John's Gospel.
In preparation for the next five weeks of sermons on John 6, here is my devotional overview of this "Bread of Life" chapter.
This is another in my series exploring Scripture's most compelling questions, in this case the question that Thomas asks Jesus in the upper room.
Thomas Merton once said that "the highest freedom is found in obedience to God." What did he mean? I reflect on that here as we get ready to celebrate Independence Day.
Today we celebrate the birth of John the Baptist. Here is a devotion reflecting on his importance to us.
This is another in my series exploring Scripture's most compelling questions, in this case the first question asked by Jesus in the Gospel of John.
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?”