Sabbath is more than absence of work; it is the presence of freedom and God opening us up to new life.
I often find myself accidentally quoting Obi-Wan Kenobi when I start talking about the Holy Spirit. So today, I decided just to quote him on purpose.
A guided meditation on the last prayer in the Bible, which also makes an excellent breath prayer. It’s just three words: “Come, Lord Jesus.”
Jesus calls us to better health and wellness. The question is, “How will we respond?” Today, we talk about inciting incidents in our lives, with a little help from my favorite author, J.R.R. Tolkien.
This is a rare “soapbox” sermon for me, in which I take the opportunity to redefine the words “prophecy” and “apocalypse” so you have a bit of a better understanding of the book of Revelation.
We who believe God’s promises have a mission to help extend those promises to people who have never met a promise that wasn’t broken. These promises are eternal, and we catch a glimpse of them in Psalm 23 and today’s piece of John’s vision.
A poem I wrote at a recent conference about staying rooted in God in order to be responsive to the Holy Spirit. Or at least that’s what I think it’s about. What do you think it’s about?
Thomas is a man of deep faith, deep convictions, and deep questions. Put those together and you have the recipe for doubt – which is not an evil thing.