Sharing Grace

April 21, 2024
One of the marks of the early church was generosity. The church of Jesus in Jerusalem was a unified community of people who were generous with their time, talents, and…

A Living Hope

April 7, 2024
Peter’s first letter calls its readers to a living hope while encouraging them to steward their suffering. The promise of salvation is not that if you give your life to…

He is Risen!

March 31, 2024
The resurrection of Jesus has enormous implications. It means that our rescue is complete. That is, we are forgiven fully, freely, and forever. It means that we are saved from…

The Mockery

March 10, 2024
In the first half of the crucifixion account Jesus is mocked, insulted, laughed at, humiliated, and shamed. Not only was Jesus killed on the cross, he was mocked and shamed. He…

The Fifth Cup

February 18, 2024
This story makes us think deeply about how much Jesus suffered, what it means for our understanding of God, and how vital Jesus’ obedience was. In the end, it shows…

The Glory of the Small Things

February 11, 2024
There is something about the “big moments” of life that excites us. This is true of our faith journey as well. When we think of God we think of big…

Love Interrupts

February 4, 2024
At the center of most religions and most philosophies sits the idea of karma. If you are good, then good things happen to you, and if you are bad, bad…
We’re all chasing after something. We’re all looking for meaning, purpose, and life in things that will never fully satisfy us. Whenever we try to find the deep soul satisfaction…