My book review of Discipleship in Community: A Theological Vision for the Future by Mark Powell, John Mark Hicks, and Greg McKinzie. This audio podcast
Dr. Mark Powell of the Harding School of Theology talks about how John’s Gospel enhances our understanding about God.
In 2020 we’re going on a journey through John’s Gospel. We hope you’ll come, too!
Engaging Scripture creatively helps us engage it more deeply. Here are some of my haikus based on Jonah.
Scripture comes to life when we engage it creatively. Here is a collection of haiku poems I’ve written based on Isaiah.
Note: This post is part of the 2018 blog tour What Are You Seeking? Hosea. A testimony to God’s steadfast lovingkindness towards Israel and Judah.
Note: This post is part of the 2018 Blog Tour: What Are You Seeking. What am I Seeking when I Study the Old Testament? The short
Note: This post is part of the 2018 blog tour: What Are You Seeking? As soon as I heard the theme for this year’s blog
When I was preparing to preach about the parables of Jesus, I came across John Dominic Crossan’s book, The Dark Interval: Toward a Theology of Story. The
My family went for a period of about 2-3 months when we played Scrabble all the time. Many evenings when homework was done, we would
People are like plants. We grow best when we are close to what gives us life. When it comes to sunlight, the scientific term is heliotropic.
You can’t really know you love God until you feel like he’s wounded you. That’s my understanding, anyway. There is a significance to the name
If I ever make it to Greece, one of the places I most want to go is to the Monasteries of Meteora. This is a
Fundamentally, the church should be a community of people in whom the Spirit of Christ is alive and well. Where the Spirit of Christ is