Grief is Not Supposed to Be

One of the things that I've had to do as a youth pastor over the last 13 years is talk students through grief and loss.  I'm not going to pretend that I'm some expert on this issue, especially because I don't think I do enough of a good job.  But I do know that one … Continue reading Grief is Not Supposed to Be

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Politics and the Biblical Worldview

If you’re into politics, this last election cycle has mirrored the year 2016 in sports. With the NBA finals going to game 7, with the Cubs winning the world series in overtime in game 7, and the first Super Bowl overtime game ever, it was spectacle after spectacle. And just when you thought it was … Continue reading Politics and the Biblical Worldview

13 weeks in the book of Judges: God’s Mercy comes in Unexpected Ways

This is part 4.  You can find part 1 HERE, part 2 HERE, and part 3 HERE. God’s Mercy Comes in Unexpected Ways One of my favorite stories from the Old Testament is the story of Samson.  He was one of my favorite characters from my own times of learning about him through Vacation Bible … Continue reading 13 weeks in the book of Judges: God’s Mercy comes in Unexpected Ways