I have been blessed with the opportunity to contribute some devotions to a wonderful new devotional app, "Good Ground." Here is my devotion that was shared last Sunday.
His kingdom is not from this world, but it is coming to this world. And even now, we can live in this world with him as our king. Here is my sermon for Christ the King Sunday, on John 18:33-37.
These two words "contain a summary of all of Christianity," according to Martin Luther, but why "grace" and "peace"? Here is my reflection on that question.
Before Jesus raises his friend Lazarus from the dead, he weeps. Here is my reflection on that powerful moment in scripture, and my sermon on John 11:32-44.
I had the great privilege and blessing of visiting the tomb of Lazarus three years ago, when I was on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land with my daughter. Here is a reflection on our visit to the site of this great miracle.
When we continue in Jesus' word, we know the truth, and this truth sets us free. But what is this truth, and how does it set us free? Here is my sermon on John 8:31-36.
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.