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Mark 7:1-13 The Pharisees & Scribes Return It’s been a while since we’ve heard from these guys! They note that some of Jesus’ disciples are not “holding to the tradition of the elders” (v. 3) with regard to ritual cleansing. I love...read more
Mark 6:53-56 A Healing Campaign at Gennesaret The failure of the disciples to have faith for God’s provision and their hard heart-ed failure to discern the divinity of Jesus, lands them in Gennesaret, on the northwest shore of the sea of Galilee (v. 53)....read more
Exodus 16:16-21: This is what the Lord has commanded: ‘Gather as much of it as each of you needs, an omer to a person according to the number of persons, all providing for those in their own tents.’” The Israelites did so, some gathering more, some less. But when they...read more
I drive my son to school every morning and we have some great conversations on the way (in addition to listening to his favorite music, which is 80s music. YES!). This morning he wanted to talk about the idea of an end-times rapture. He said… Dad, yesterday I...read more
There are lots of ways to work through the Gospel of Mark. One of the most insightful ways is to see a recurring set of questions that run through the entire narrative. A composite of all of these questions might be something like… “Who is this...read more
Before we jump in here, just a reminder that there are actually five great commission texts (at least) in the Gospels and Acts. This post is about the one in Matthew’s gospel. In my post surveying the Greek text of Mat. 28:19-20, I noted that I think Matthew...read more
Psalm 133 opens by saying, “How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity!” Yes, how good it is when people gather together. This is one of my favorite aspects of the church in that we can all come from wherever we are (physically...read more
So you are a pastor. If you are reading this article you have probably encountered members in your congregation who really struggle with alcohol. You are exhausted. Perhaps these people have become close friends and perhaps they have not. But one thing is for sure;...read more
There has been a debate raging within Evangelicalism for some time time. Should we continue to self-identify as Evangelicals or has the term lost so much of its original meaning that we should abandon it and seek some new label for our movement. The issue stems from...read more
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