6-5-16 It finally happened. The first garden strawberry of the season. My favorite food is strawberries straight out of the garden, washed, and eaten while you can still taste the sun’s warmth in the juicy sweetness. The first one this year came by itself, and I was beside myself with excitement.
3-27-16 Today was a beautiful Easter Sunday. Even though we as Christians celebrate Jesus’ resurrection every first day of the week, it seems especially fitting to take a few minutes this week to think about what happened on the cross. Both the Father and the Son made sacrifices for it to happen, and they didContinue reading “The Father, the Son, and the Cross”
3-6-16 Who we spend time around has an impact on us. Proverbs 27:17 says, “As iron sharpens iron, So a man sharpens the countenance of his friend.” Aren’t there people that you just know when you see them it will make you feel better? On the other hand, sometimes we expect to feel down afterContinue reading “Who did you sharpen today?”
2-14-16 Well friends, it’s another snowy Sunday! I hope you are all safe and warm. By the way, Happy Valentine’s Day! Today we will cover love, the last in our 2 Peter series. I didn’t arrange the schedule this way, but I think it’s pretty neat. In case you missed it, the last post wasContinue reading “Love”
2-7-16 We are almost to the end of our 2 Peter series! The last topic in case you missed it was godliness, and you can read it here. Today’s topic is brotherly kindness.
7-12-15 Debate can be good. It means people are thinking and haven’t yet become robots. I consider myself to be a logical Christian. In fact, the Bible teaches that we are to study for ourselves and to verify what we are taught. In light of God’s desire for people to be life-long learners, I wantContinue reading “Can a Christian love homosexuals and not homosexuality? And is homosexuality wrong?”
5-20-15 God is big. I mean really, really big. Infinitely big. And that’s something that, as mere people, is hard to comprehend. If I could put a soundtrack on this blog post it would be Christina Perri’s “Human”. When our reality is that overwhelmed sense of only being able to take just so much ofContinue reading “Limiting God”