Fixing Regrets

This week I had a great conversation with a friend about regrets. There have been seasons of my life where everything was shrouded in the darkness of wishing I had made different decisions, said different words, worked harder, etc. so that I would be in a better...

Chosen Differences

Until watching The Chosen (which, if you’re not watching, you’re seriously missing out) I never thought much about the interpersonal dynamics between Jesus’ disciples, particularly those between Matthew and the fishermen brothers Peter and Andrew....

Seeing the Little Things – Sarah Rowland

I write this today hoping that you will see the joy of Jesus. My writing is not profound, nor is it something that comes easily for me. However, Jesus is profound and He is FOR us. Not long ago, there was a day where I just could not “do it” anymore. Have you ever...

A far greater power…

All you need is love, love… Students at a Bible college can’t escape parsing definitions of Biblical concepts like salvation, sanctification, or the ever-contentious predestination. Whether because it’s an assignment (all you Systematic Theology students can groan!)...

Learning to Love: People Reduction

We tend to reduce people to simple understandings. In his memoir The Pastor, Eugene Peterson reflects on his Uncle Sven. He first heard stories about Uncle Sven from his mother, who was nearly two decades younger than her brother. She said of him that he was kind,...

Ethnodoxology: Arts & Culture in the Church

Ethnodoxology: Arts & Culture in the Church SPRING BREAK 2019 MODULAR: Join us for a one-week, interactive, practical-learning experience! “Learn to help communities use their artistic talents and passions to share the love of God and respond to spiritual, social...