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
For God so loved the world that He gave. It was a gift. It wasn’t obligatory. God gave because He wanted to. He desired to. He knew that as the gift-giver there was so much joy in opening the gift of His Son. John 3:16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only… Continue reading
I️ know…yes, I️ know…I️ hear you. It’s too early in the Lent season to talk about JOY. It needs to wait until the end. It is the goal. The end. The grand finale. When Jesus is raised from the grave it results in an inexpressible, exuberant, uncontainable JOY. YES, of course, it does (or at… Continue reading
I have enjoyed digging into God’s Word with you during December! My prayer is that you discover Jesus is the reason for this season and He alone can satisfy every longing. Not only today…but every day. He gives us purpose and meaning in life. Because of his birth, we have great joy! And I desire… Continue reading
It is easy to become distraught at the world around us, but as believers we have something more to hold on to!
God wants you to tilt your head up for a moment to see that there is a bigger, eternal story unfolding right now. An eternal story is taking shape, in which you have a role. There is more going on then whiny kids and temper-tantrums and traffic that doesn’t go anywhere. There is more to… Continue reading