It’s been quite a week here. Looks like our financial situation is changing for while. This has been the subject of […]
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A recent hit piece Good News had on racial analysis reveals a lot about how data is twisted to promote self-serving narratives.
The Rev. Dr. James Howell, a United Methodist pastor and Duke Divinity School lecturer, published a popular blog post yesterday about sex, marriage, and sexual sin—the issues that threaten to split our denomination in 2019. He says that his post is “something of a final resort” as an appeal for unity, rather than division. In response to it, […]
Recently the song You Carried Me by Will Reagan and the folks over at United Pursuit came across my desk. What a great song! I love how… Read more “You Carried Me”
We get in trouble when God shows up. For some of us it is sitting in a church service, hearing the preacher speak on the call of God, and like Isaiah you sort of have a vision of God and before you know it you are saying, “Here I am Lord, send me!” For others … Continue reading God Comes Looking →
On March 15, 2017 Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) presented the Alaskan of the Week to Rev. Evelyn Erbele, a missionary with the Global Ministries…
This psalm sees the whole trajectory, from justification to sanctification and, indeed, even envisions that final day when we are delivered from not only the guilt and power of sin, but even the presence of sin.
This Sunday I’m preaching on Matthew 11:1-15, which includes Jesus’ short “sermon” to a John the Baptist who now doubts that he is the Messiah. Jesus’ concludes his sermon with this beatitude: “And blessed is the one who is not offended by me.” I like this eloquence from Bruner: Now for the end of his sermon to […]
Liberation Theology as understood by the experience of African-Americans in America.