The power of love in marriage is a small picture of the power Jesus has in us
I wore these shoes when I graduated Basic and Advanced training in the Army. I also wore these shoes when I graduated all my military schools that required dress uniforms. I wore these shoes when I graduated from college. I am now going to wear these shoes as I graduate from Seminary.
I am working on a sermon that includes a few lines from a well-known hymn, “Come Thou Font of Every Blessing” I spent some time reading about the history of the author as well as the history of the song. Here is the song for you to enjoy.
I thought I would share some of the books that I have found helpful in thinking through depression from a biblical perspective.
I feel as if the feeling of depression has kidnaped me and brought me deep into the bowels of the earth. A deep cave where there is only darkness. Not only that but this cave has collapsed on me and I am unable to move. The darkness will not lift, the heavy weight of tiredness lack of energy and numbness is all over me.
March 18, 2003 marks the start of the Iraq war. That was 16 years ago today. I was just finishing High School when this happened. One year later I was deployed to Iraq. Reflecting back this was a significant personal date in my history. I learned more than I could ever imagine. I learned about... Continue Reading →
We can learn much about the character of God as we watch Jesus (Rev 19:10). In this passage there are two actions we must take before God, cry out in humility and follow.
Regurgitating facts is where many of us are in our Christian faith. We do not know much beyond a few basic facts about Jesus. I want to tell you this is great! As a start. It is not great to stay there. This is ok if you are a newborn Christian, not great if are not.
As a people the United States is soaked in the blood of innocent children, this is a stain that will not easily be washed clean. No amount of shine new gadgets, no amount of obtuse words about reproductive health will be able to scrub this scarlet letter from our chest. This year more than 60,000 babies have been murdered in their mothers womb.