Noteworthy

Standing on the Offensive Line

When you find yourself in a place of offense, your mind, heart, and spirit are more than likely unsettled. You may be figuring ways to justify yourself.

A Great Earthquake

What are the odds that an author of an ancient text that claims to get his “revelations” from a divine source wrote about an exact number of people that will be killed in some future terrible earthquake and it’s now in our current day that this is mentioned?

The Kingdom Without Isms

Our society has broken into warring political and collective camps. People are no longer identified as individuals but by beliefs and/or demographics. Group membership and identity are more important than individual actions.

Easter Wings

With unique structure and formatting, Herbert brings a visual representation to the hope we’ve found in Christ Jesus.

A Nativity

Many approach Easter with the triumphant and tragic depiction of the cross. But even before we had a cross, we had a manger.

Hope After Easter

How many of us go to church and lift our hands and celebrate that our Jesus defeated death but still walk around defeated?

Hanging Out On Friday

Listening to difficult questions about the future feels a lot like that Saturday. Some days, it is tough to remember that on Sunday Jesus wins.

Selfless King

Jesus took the time to pray for us before He was betrayed
and then He sacrificed His holy life to take our sins away

An Unlikely Intent: The Unexpected Welcome

We followed Jesus into Jerusalem, and a crowd began to form on either side of the street. The crowds were larger than usual since people had come to Jerusalem to prepare for Passover.

John Crist is One of Us

The critical difference between Crist’s humor and other Christian jokes is that the former identifies as a member of the Christian Church.

Why Did God Let This Happen?

Can we trust that He is the God of Life, not the God of Destruction? Can we join Him in seeing that creation is good underneath the horrors of tragedy?

Why is a Sacrifice Needed?

The usual view of God is that He is an “all-powerful” deity that can do anything. This includes forgiving sins. So then why is a sacrifice needed in the Bible to do this very thing?

Spring Sprung

Then new life begins to build. Suddenly, that dead person has become alive as never before.

The Dead Sea Scrolls

As Christians, we are told to walk by faith and not by sight; however, this doesn’t mean we can’t find archaeological evidence in support of what’s written in the Bible.

The Grace Card

Extending grace is essential, but it does not mean that we skip holding people accountable for what they’ve done.