Month: September 2018

Who Do You Say I Am?

September 16, 2018 Mark 8:27-38 Who do you say I am? This question alone could keep us in thought and prayer for a long time. I have been confronted with this question, or similar ones, several times in the past few months. Twenty years… Continue Reading “Who Do You Say I Am?”

Being Opened

September 9, 2018 Mark 7:24-37 Sometimes you just need a good smack upside the head! I don’t think there is an age limit when this option ends. For me, one such time was while I was on internship as I was preparing to become… Continue Reading “Being Opened”

Review: True Inclusion by Brandan Robertson

Are you serious about change? I have heard time and time again from churches that they want to change and become more relevant. They wonder why they lose members and cannot attract the younger generation. The fact is, many churches are hypocritical to the… Continue Reading “Review: True Inclusion by Brandan Robertson”

Doing Out of Grace

September 2, 2018 James 1:17-27 Title: Doing Out of Grace Tomorrow is a day to be intentional in our resting. For a society that is always so much on the go, it is wonderful to be able to take a day off and simply… Continue Reading “Doing Out of Grace”