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March 17, 2019: I Am the True Vine

Throughout the five Sundays of Lent, Palm Sunday, and Easter Sunday, I will consider each declaration in turn and interpret how Jesus uses vivid images that capture our imagination, revealing more about the identity of Christ and our purpose as

Sunday, March 10: “I Am the Bread of Life”

Throughout the five Sundays of Lent, Palm Sunday, and Easter Sunday, I will consider each declaration in turn and interpret how Jesus uses vivid images that capture our imagination, revealing more about the identity of Christ and our purpose as

March 6, 2019: Ash Wednesday: The Ash Heap of History

Lent is the church season in which we prepare for Easter Sunday. It remains one of my most favorite seasons in the life of the church. It is a time to remember the temptation, the suffering, and the sacrifice of

March 3, 2019: We Are Called to Be A ‘One Another’ Kind of Church

I have struggled with many motifs in Christian theology and wrangled with the dark side of Christian history, such as the Inquisition, the Crusades, anti-Semitism, and blatant bigotry. All shamelessly perpetuated in the name of Christ. Despite that, I still believe

February 24, 2019: It Is Time to Get Serious About The Great Commandment

I have struggled with many motifs in Christian theology and wrangled with the dark side of Christian history, such as the Inquisition, the Crusades, anti-Semitism, and blatant bigotry. All shamelessly perpetuated in the name of Christ. Despite that, I still believe

February 17, 2019: Sharing Your Faith Without Losing Your Friends

I have struggled with many motifs in Christian theology and wrangled with the dark side of Christian history, such as the Inquisition, the Crusades, anti-Semitism, and blatant bigotry. All shamelessly perpetuated in the name of Christ. Despite that, I still believe

February 10, 2019: Jesus Came to Save Our Souls, Not Steal Our Minds

I have struggled with many motifs in Christian theology and wrangled with the dark side of Christian history, such as the Inquisition, the Crusades, anti-Semitism, and blatant bigotry. All shamelessly perpetuated in the name of Christ. Despite that, I still believe

February 3, 2019: We Face the Facts About Forgiveness

I have struggled with many motifs in Christian theology and wrangled with the dark side of Christian history, such as the Inquisition, the Crusades, anti-Semitism, and blatant bigotry. All shamelessly perpetuated in the name of Christ. Despite that, I still believe

January 27, 2019: I Believe…Because of a Broken Heart

 I have struggled with many motifs in Christian theology and wrangled with the dark side of Christian history, such as the Inquisition, the Crusades, anti-Semitism, and blatant bigotry. All shamelessly perpetuated in the name of Christ. Despite that, I still believe

January 20, 2019: I Believe…Even When It Doesn’t Come Easy

 I have struggled with many motifs in Christian theology and wrangled with the dark side of Christian history, such as the Inquisition, the Crusades, anti-Semitism, and blatant bigotry. All shamelessly perpetuated in the name of Christ. Despite that, I still believe