For months we had been hearing about people with Coronavirus, but it had not touched us – till now.Read More Sorrowful, Yet Always Rejoicing
Last week I was privileged to be featured on the William Tennent School of Theology blog. Tennent is a start-up seminary based out of Colorado led by my friend Michael Morgan. Michael and I were part of the same cohort for our Doctor of Ministry program and have stayed in touch ever since we graduated. […]Read More Joy Unspeakable!
“And Moses said to the people, Fear not, stand firm, and see the salvation of the Lord, which He will work for you today. For the Egyptians whom you see today, you shall never see again. The Lord will fight for you, and you have only to be silent.” (Exodus 14:13-14) Each time I read […]Read More The Lord Will Fight For You!
This past May we were in Ohio visiting family and decided to take a little day trip up to Put-in-Bay, which is an island in Lake Erie. We had a super day, doing all kinds of fun stuff and enjoying some good food along the way. Near the end of the day, I decided to […]Read More Our Citizenship is in Heaven
If we were honest with ourselves, most of us would admit there are times where we wonder – how could God let this happen? Whether it is an earthquake where thousands of people die or a family member who is sick, we wonder, why is God allowing this to happen? My intention is not to […]Read More God’s Work in Suffering
A couple weeks ago, Steph and I went to a funeral to support friends of ours. Their dad unexpectedly passed away at a young age and it has been a tragic loss for the family. Lately, I have found myself studying the book of Philippians and one of the major themes in this letter is […]Read More Rejoice in the Lord…Always?