The Master’s Touch

The Gospel of Mark records more miracles of Jesus than any other gospel. In fact, it records more of Jesus’ miracles than it does His messages. But these miracles are not a random collection of stories. They are intentionally written to tell a much larger story. And that story is summed up in Mark 1:1, “The … Continue reading The Master’s Touch

Hope for Racial Reconciliation

Let's be honest, the world we live in is a mess! We've all seen the videos of the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. We've watched peaceful protest get hijacked by rioting, looting, and even more violence. This has left us angry, hurt, and wondering how do we move forward as a nation and … Continue reading Hope for Racial Reconciliation

For the Gospel to Stay the Same It has to Change

“Water is a liquid that fills the shape of any receptacle. As long as we trust the water and don’t tamper with the recipe—don’t dilute it, thicken it, or separate its ingredients—the content can remain the same while containers change… I am a virtual fundamentalist about content. I am a virtual libertarian about containers. Only … Continue reading For the Gospel to Stay the Same It has to Change

Three reasons to give thanks to God

One of the characteristics of a follower of Jesus is thanksgiving. While we are to “be thankful in all circumstances”, Paul focuses his thanksgiving on the spiritual blessings that come through walking with Christ. He gives us three reasons to give thanks to God. Colossians 1:12-14 12 giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified … Continue reading Three reasons to give thanks to God