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From what I hear, property ownership disputes are pretty ugly things to be involved in. An owner leaves property to his children in his will, and one of them tries to use shady legal loopholes to shut the other kids out. A rental property is entrusted to the care of a...read more
The Garasene Demonaic (Mark 5:1-20) – Having just returned from a little jaunt across the sea of Galilee, where He demonstrated His power over nature, now Jesus hits the beach and demonstrates His power over the spiritual realm. As soon as they land on...read more
This is the second short video in part of an emerging series that could be called “Contours of the Biblical Story.” Picking up from where I left off in the first video discussing the end of the Old Testament and the transition to the New, this short video...read more
The worship journey is a fascinating one, but not always for the reasons you might expect. Who knew that a desire to go deeper with God would inspire “wars”? Or that churches would feel compelled to create genre-specific musical ghettoes in order to cope?...read more
I’m a singer songwriter. There was a period in my life when I wrote a lot of songs. I also rewrote a lot of old Hymns. Now that I am a full time Pastor and father of 3 I don’t write much anymore. In this series I will be sharing with you some of the songs I have...read more
“Our computers work just fine. I’m a generous person, that’s all.” The Barista tossed her head as she laughed out loud at the quizzical expression on the Elder’s face, one lock from her dark mane of hair falling over her face to augment...read more
One of my favorite verses in the entire Bible powerfully articulates the profound beauty of the gospel and how that message should impact the way we relationally live our lives with those around us. Paul writes: “Therefore welcome one another as Christ has...read more
During Jesus time there was a very appealing Jewish nationalistic political party known as Zealots. One of the inner twelve disciples was even given the epithet “Simon called the Zealot” or “Simon the Zealot” in Luke 6:15 and Acts 1:13. A Zealot would have been known...read more
Galatians 6:8 For the one who sows to his own flesh will from the flesh reap corruption, but the one who sows to the Spirit will from the Spirit reap eternal life. (ESV) Paul continues his thematic contrast of the flesh vs. the Spirit (walking in the Spirit/flesh,...read more
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