Let me start out by saying that I feel ill-equipped to offer much of a commentary on the topic of race. Yes, I have attended a multi-day anti-racism training and I have read various books on race relations, but I will never know what it feels like to be a person of color in the… Continue reading Book Review: Dear Church by Lenny Duncan
A Glimpse of Pentecost
May 26, 2019 (Memorial Day Weekend) John 14:23-29 I met David during my last J-Term class of seminary. J-term is the 2-3 week period in January before the spring semester starts and the classes offered are usually intensives on a certain topic. The class in which I chose to enroll was Gathered at the Table.… Continue reading A Glimpse of Pentecost
God’s Grace is Sufficient
This past week was my first visit to Houston. It is an incredibly large town and yet while we were at the NRG Park Complex, it seemed very secluded from the rest of the city as our food choices were limited to food trucks and concessions. Which honestly, is not too bad unless you are… Continue reading God’s Grace is Sufficient
Love Changes Everything!
June 24, 2018 Mark 4:35-41 The wind picked up and the smell of rain hung in the air as the disciples began to fight the waves that battered the boats. They would soon be drenched by the rain that poured down. Through it all, Jesus remained sleeping in the stern of the boat. While… Continue reading Love Changes Everything!