Tag: mystery

Review: The Mystery of Suffering and the Meaning of God

As a pastor, it is probably one of the most received questions that I hear, “Why to bad things happen to good people?” This age old question is known as theodicy. Laytner goes to the depths of this theology through his own personal experiences.… Continue Reading “Review: The Mystery of Suffering and the Meaning of God”

I Don’t Know

June 16, 2019 John 16:12-15 “I don’t know!” This sentence alone can be interpreted in many ways. For a teacher asking a student the answer to a math or science question, it shows that the student does not comprehend or simply failed to do… Continue Reading “I Don’t Know”

Here is Real Magic by Nate Staniforth: A Review

I first heard about this book on Rob Bell’s podcast, the Robcast. He interviewed the author and I was compelled to read it. What is it about wonder and mystery that draws us in? What is it that curates our desire for something that… Continue Reading “Here is Real Magic by Nate Staniforth: A Review”

Simply Being

June 17, 2018 Mark 4:26-34   Somewhere along the timeline of civilization an idea was planted that we must get ahead. We must be better than those that came before us. We must have better jobs then our parents. For many, there is the… Continue Reading “Simply Being”

Advent Devotions December 12

Luke 1:65-66 Fear came over all their neighbors, and all these things were talked about throughout the entire hill country of Judea. All who heard them pondered them and said, “What then will this child become?” For, indeed, the hand of the Lord was with… Continue Reading “Advent Devotions December 12”