The last couple of days have been difficult for many of us and I️ have been silent…not out of complicity…but rather to slowly process and take in the recent racism occurrences. To be honest with you, my emotions have run the gambit and I️ don’t have the right words to say. Nor can I fully… Continue reading
Who (or What) Do You Worship?
Over the past few months, I️ have reflected inwardly and asked myself the poignant question, “Who (or what) do you worship?” As sports, events, family, and friends have been banned and life has slowed down, I’ve noticed a lot of unnecessary things that I️ spend my time and energy on. There are some things that… Continue reading
Mark 13 I️ have loved being in the Word with you over the past couple of weeks for our Lent study! Who would’ve ever guessed we would be where we are today? Stuck in our homes. Scanning the news. Watching the time tick by slow. And yet, I️ know assuredly that God knew all along.… Continue reading
Mark 5-6 The action-packed journalistic style of the book of Mark continues with snapshots of Jesus’ earthly ministry. Unfolding before our eyes is a Savior who has relentless compassion in a world stock-full of bad news. Jesus doesn’t ignore the problems, but rather confronts the evil and reveals His character of mercy, love, and hope.… Continue reading
Mark 1 As you read the Gospel of Mark, it sounds much like the nightly news. The camera spans quickly covering highlights, providing a grand overview. Why, within the very first chapter, we jump from John the Baptist to the inauguration of Jesus’ ministry (baptism, wilderness escapade, the call of the first disciples) and proceed… Continue reading
Joshua 1 Joshua has always been the default leader, the vice president to me. Moses couldn’t go into the Promised Land, his time was up, so he looked to Joshua, “You take them on in.” Sounds like a cowboy on his last cattle run. Sure sounded like easy enough task. The Promised Land was flowing… Continue reading