One of the ways God is often defined is in terms of who God’s enemies are, and making sure that God’s enemies are our enemies, and making doubly sure that our enemies are God’s enemies. This week’s story feeds into that belief but with a surprising twist!
A few weeks ago I was visiting a church in North Augusta, GA. The speaker said something that, since that time, has been burning a hole in my soul. I’ve not been sure what to do with it, but the phrase was so brilliant I knew I needed to do something. I think finally I […]
Tim interviews Jane Ben Ari, a tour guide from Israel.
We continue our two part series looking at our girls and boys, the challenges they face in the 21st Century, and our call to build grit and resiliency in them. This weekend: Building Resilient Boys. This is a series designed to engage all of us as adults, whether we have sons or not, in God’s […]
Two part series looking at our girls and boys, the challenges they face in the 21st Century, and our call to build grit and resiliency in them. This weekend: Girls, Grace, and Grit. This is a series designed to engage all of us as adults, whether we have daughters or not, in God’s invitation to […]
Easter – Jesus and the woman, John 8: 2-11
We are looking at what the cross reveals to us about the real God. While Christians believe the cross is where we see the real God, over the centuries we’ve created layers of misunderstanding about God even around the cross.
God asks Abraham to do something absolutely horrifying. On the surface it presents God as a masochist. But hopefully by now you’re beginning to see that underneath the surface is a radical picture of what God is really like. This weekend is no exception.
We’re going to look at another Old Testament story that provides great insights into the character of God. It has something to do with steaks, fire pots, and selling/buying cars!
100% chance of rain this weekend as we board Noah’s ark to discover this story really says about