What Lies Behind Dotted Lines

#GeorgeFloyd sparked this post, but by the time you read it, it could be another. Or another. Or another. The video popped up on my Twitter timeline yesterday, and before I even watched, I could see what was about to take place from the posture of the policeman. Oh, Dear God, no. A sinking feeling.Continue reading “What Lies Behind Dotted Lines”

Jeremiah 29: Encouragment for COVID-19 Exiles

If you are an American Christian, chances are you have at least three verses memorized: John 3:16, Philippians 4:13, and Jeremiah 29:11– “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” This beloved verse actuallyContinue reading “Jeremiah 29: Encouragment for COVID-19 Exiles”

Quarantine Family Worship Resource, Vol. 2! (Download)

Brothers and Sisters, Volume II. Who would have imagined? Perhaps two or three weeks, but who would have dreamed this quarantine would last for two or three months…or longer? Churches have dealt with their inability to gather in various ways. There are many faithful ways to make the most of this sad time apart, andContinue reading “Quarantine Family Worship Resource, Vol. 2! (Download)”

Free Coronavirus Quarantine Family Worship Resource!

Brothers and Sisters, Perhaps you find yourself quarantined at home, rather than worshipping with your local church. This resource is meant to equip you over the next four weeks to lead worship in your home on Sunday morning whether with your spouse, your family, or your roommates. You could call a friend, fellow church member,Continue reading “Free Coronavirus Quarantine Family Worship Resource!”

Want Social Justice? Stop Avoiding Jury Duty.

I came back this past week from a fun but exhausting trip to Louisville where I preached four sermons. We got back late on a Monday night, which meant I was already a full day behind, and all of the weekly responsibilities hadn’t hit the pause button simply because I was out of town. UnlessContinue reading “Want Social Justice? Stop Avoiding Jury Duty.”