What does faith look like in everyday life? Solomon helps our imaginations in Proverbs 21:31: “A horse is prepared for … Continue reading What is Faith?
I have the privilege of leading and coaching several young men and women who are pursuing local church ministry. One … Continue reading Things I didn’t learn in Seminary | Part 1: All the Sadness
Scholars have no idea who Agur, the author of Proverbs 30 was, but the ancient words he authored speak to … Continue reading Ancient Words for Modern Times
Philippians Study Overview 3 Components: Watch and Listen. You’ll watch or listen to a 10-minute teaching from me as we … Continue reading Philippians Bible Study Preview
Matthew Chapter 8 is a poignant parable for our time. It captures Jesus in the immediate aftermath of the Sermon … Continue reading Asking Jesus To Leave
We’re experiencing challenging times in the midst of COVID-19. I launched Fireside Chats with Brad to encourage, inspire, help and … Continue reading Fireside Chats with Brad
The following is a reflection on the 53rd chapter of Isaiah in the form of a poem. The 53rd Poem … Continue reading “Yet” A Poem on the 53rd of Isaiah
We’re more connected than ever – technologically, and more disconnected than ever – relationally. How do proximity and relationship pave … Continue reading United: Hope and Healing in a divided world.
In my Psalm 88 message, Hope in the Darkness, I said this: “Inner suffering is just as real as external … Continue reading Anxiety, Depression and Medication | Hope in the Darkness
Over the last several weeks the enforcement of a zero-tolerance policy that separates children from their parents who are seeking … Continue reading Responding To Cultural Crises: A Better Way Forward