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Realizing the presence, promise, and power of the Kingdom of God.


I watched a series on Netflix and a movie on Amazon a couple of years ago in which the protagonist in each was an atheist - depressed, lonely, snarky, and absolutely interesting, but desperately looking for… longing for… meaning. It was sort of sad to observe the writers’ attempts to guide their characters in their pursuit for meaning in a life without God. I had a heavy heart as I reflected on how hollow their efforts were, no matter how well put together the stories were. They each had a longing no temporal solution could ultimately fill, though they both sought an optimistic ending. One did better than the other in moving Godward. In this life there’s always hope. 

To Be Like Jesus

June 04, 2024

O, to be like Thee!

No Easter?

In his book, Knowing the Truth About the Resurrection, Christian philosopher and theologian, William Lane Craig, recounts a conversation he once had with a former student of his.

Holy Love

January 25, 2023

Faith Revolution
God used the first seven verses of today’s Scripture to revolutionize my faith almost thirty years ago. I was teaching a study by R.C. Sproul called, The Holiness of God. It was a needed balance to my view of God which, in the tradition of many “mainliners” of my generation, understood God exclusively in terms of his attribute of love. When I say, “his attribute of love,” what I really mean is what we usually think God’s love ought to be like, in our humble opinion. For many of us who grew up in church, the unconditional love of God is almost synonymous with the unconditional niceness of God.

From my new book, Lord of AllClick here to buy the book and Bible study so you can use it devotionally or work through it with a small group of Christian brothers and sisters… or to even give away to someone who desires to learn more about Jesus.

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