Apr 19, 2020
1 Corinthians 13 &
God gave us a beautiful thing when he gave us marriage. Community amidst diversity as the two become one flesh. This is a great mystery and while there are several mysteries about husbands and wives living out a faithful marriage, there is no greater mystery than the marriage...
Apr 12, 2020
The emotions surrounding the resurrection of Jesus have never been more raw to me than they are right now. From Mary’s tears to John’s foot race all the way to Thomases doubt, I can really feel the emotion this Easter as even the disciples didn’t know what to do with the tomb being empty. Your...
Apr 5, 2020
A strange Palm Sunday indeed. Normally we would have gathered in the Silk Mill for baby dedications and loud hosannas. However, we will gather in our homes with shouts of praise, tinged with lament. Perhaps this is a more accurate way to celebrate Palm Sunday anyway. In our text we look at Jesus’...
Mar 29, 2020
Here it is. The famous passage of St. Paul bidding the church to “speak the truth in love.” How has the recent pandemic changed how you talk to others? Are you being honest with yourself, with others, with your kids? It’s not easy this speaking the truth in love thing and yet Christ is...
Mar 22, 2020
When it comes to our own sin and shame, why do we reject the Pattern of Redemption found in Luke 15? Do we have some innate desire to pay for our own sin? Some primordial malfunction that rejects the kind of father Jesus describes? Maybe it’s just that his character of love is just so unfathomable to...