Noteworthy

The Place Where MLK Dreamed

Anyone who makes that right turn at the Gullah Grub Restaurant can pull onto the property of the Penn Center and dream the same dreams as Dr. King.

One Word

Transition means a process of change. And there my friends, lies the terrifying word I try to stay far away from—change.

Mark’s Gospel: Filled

He looked to heaven. blessed the food and gave it to the twelve for distribution. As they broke the fish and the bread they saw it multiply in their hands not diminish.

Does God Know Me?

Aside from the seemingly harsh nature of this statement, doesn’t it strike you as odd that Jesus will actually tell some people on judgment day that He never knew them?

Mark’s Gospel: Sent

And so it is with us. Jesus has called us out. He has sent us into this world to continue His work. In His name, we have power over the enemy.

Own It

But what happens when I run out of coffee, have no plans to go camping, and my always delightful kids are making me crazy? Does my joy diminish?

World War 3 on the Horizon?

On January 3rd, 2020, US President, Donald Trump, authorized an airstrike in Baghdad that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.

Mark’s Gospel: Sabbath

When something about us makes us feel unworthy to worship, we must hear His words, “Stretch it out to me.”

Mark’s Gospel: Rules

To answer their charges, Jesus introduced one of the most important facts about the Kingdom of God: Jesus is Lord of all—including the Sabbath!

Mark’s Gospel: Rooftops

When it comes to what Jesus can do, there are no ceilings and all rooftops must yield to those who come to Him in determined faith.

Mark’s Gospel: If

Compassion and power rose up in Jesus, a compassion deeper than the wounds within the man and a power greater than the wounds on the surface.

The Futility of Freaking Out

If I had stepped back far enough, I would have seen that God hadn’t dropped the ball, but that He’d had His hands on it the whole time.

Mark’s Gospel: Kingdom

It was no longer the stuff of metaphor and imagination; the kingdom was now in flesh, to be seen and heard, touched and handled. This Kingdom had a King.

Mark’s Gospel: Wilderness

This same Jesus who turned away from pride, position, and false worship resides in us by the Spirit to enable our humility, servanthood, and true worship.

Mark’s Gospel: Introduction

Fasting, prayer, isolation, and communion with the Father as the Spirit led, were now in order for the One who had come so far to do so much for so many.

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM KINGDOM WINDS!

A New Year prayer from Kingdom Winds: May your 2020 be filled with abundant blessings and may you clearly see His goodness surrounding you.

Happy Passing Year

If we are only thankful for our life-changing moments, we will live off of the crumbs leftover from ages past.