The 5 Most Popular Posts of 2019

Thank you so much for joining me this year! As we get ready to start a New Year I took a look back at this year's most popular posts. If you're relatively new to my blog, here are a few "old favorites" that keep getting visitors: My Son Needed the Love of the Church. I … Continue reading The 5 Most Popular Posts of 2019

A Call to Honesty: The Gift of Confession

Maybe our frequent cultural conception of sin as being simply personal, something between me and my God, needs to be reconsidered. Even if my sin doesn't have an impact on another person, how is the body harmed when I am not fully experiencing the work of the Spirit in transforming me into the image of Jesus?

A Time to Be Born, A Time to Die

The practices of self-examination and confession help us to see the ways in which we contribute to a fallen world, but they also invite us to take these things to our God who makes all things new, bringing life from death.

Praying Scripture – 12/11/2019

Different traditions focus on slightly different themes during Advent. Last week, we focused on hope. This week, we turn to the theme of preparation. A voice of one calling: “In the wilderness prepare the way for the Lord; make straight in the desert a highway for our God. Isaiah 40:3 NIV Father, we may not … Continue reading Praying Scripture – 12/11/2019

A Fantastic Resource to Help Your Walk with Jesus

I'll get back to talking about the spiritual discipline of confession next week, but this week I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Carmen Imes about her new book Bearing God's Name: Why Sinai Still Matters. I love this book and can't recommend it highly enough. The book will be available on Amazon on … Continue reading A Fantastic Resource to Help Your Walk with Jesus