Monthly Archives: March 2011
A word for the church today as we vote on ordination standards.
“The whole purpose of grace, in a sense, is just to enable us to keep the law.” Continue reading
Does love hide or cover up our sins, or does love deal with sin and bring healing and comfort? Read here for more. Continue reading
I don’t mean looking for images of God, Jesus, or the Virgin Mary in coffee stains and potato chips. Continue reading
In preparing for this Sunday’s sermon on John 15:1-11, I stumbled upon yet another poem from Robert Murray McCheyne that I thought worth sharing. Within a vineyard’s sunny bound An ample fig-tree shelter found, Enjoying sun and showers— The boughs … Continue reading
You can make a difference in bringing God’s healing to this devastated nation. Continue reading
You know the people. They have spent so much time with God that, like a wet sponge, when squeezed they drip God. Continue reading