John 13: 3-5 ‘…During supper Jesus, knowing that the Father had given all things into his hands, and that he had come from God and was going to God, got up from the table, took off his outer robe, and tied a towel around himself. Then he poured water into a basin and began to wash the disciples’ feet and to wipe them with… Read more »
There is one who so intimately, so intentionally and so unconditionally pursued my heart. There is one who would never take no for an answer, as I often pushed him away, yet his love for me was incredibly pure. There is one who so willingly wrapped his arms around me that it wiped away insecurity […]
An interview with Global Ministries Missionary George Miller on the changing landscape of United Methodist congregations in Germany.
Click on the link below to listen to the latest episode of the Pulpit Fiction Podcast. This is the podcast for preachers, seekers, and Bible geeks. Rev. Eric Fistler and I spend about an hour each week with the readings … Continue reading →
Is Jesus a unique revelation of God, or one of many sages or prophets who point us to the Transcendent? Is he God in the flesh, or just another means for my personal growth and self-affirmation? In John 14:6, Jesus makes a claim that was as startling then as it is today: “I am the way, […]
In Daniel chapter 5 we read the ominous story of a hand writing on the wall during Belshazzar. What might this have meant to the original readers, and what might it mean for us today? Dr. Michael Matlock explains this curious passage in today’s article.
Hey Dojo readers, So it’s been a while since I’ve been able to post much here on the Dojo blog, because it’s been a crazy busy new year! We had our first Refugee-Jitsu class last week at Project 658 and it was AWESOME! I seriously love these kids from all over the world who God […]
I have a sense of my first Maundy Thursday service, but I can’t quite place where it falls in my history. I was not a child, but not yet fully grown. Perhaps it was high school, or maybe somewhere in my college years. I have a sense of a fellowship area, a place not just […]
Now we will count to twelve and we will all keep still. For once on the face of the earth, […]
Pastor Lavaud didn’t choose to go to Bible school and take the path of being a pastor on his own, it was a friend’s insistence that he would come with him that gained him the education that led him through moments leading to starting a church. “I knew too much about pastors in Haiti to […]