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The prodigal God (Lesson 1)

Luke 15 is famous for the story of the prodigal son. Do you know what prodigal means? Prodigal is “pouring out more than is…

Bible 101

No longer stinky

My son is 18 months old, and while I love him dearly and he can be painfully adorable sometimes, other times—he drives me a…

Life’s Challenges

Temporary shame

While shame is a good thing (Jeremiah 6:15), God doesn’t want it to last too long. Just ask Eve. A few summers ago, I…

Living My Faith

White as snow

Living in a northern state, I really enjoy snow. There are few cozier feelings in this world than snuggling up with a good book—across…

Depression & Anxiety

Better than a second chance

In the past, it was easy for me to feed into my fears about entering the public ministry, especially since serving God’s people was…

Living My Faith

That doesn’t seem right!

When Jesus taught the disciples about forgiveness, he said, “Even if they sin against you seven times in a day and seven times come…

Who is God?

No “meh” in Messiah

“Behold!” we sang just a few short weeks ago. “Come and see!” we were told. “Joy to the world!” we cried with gusto. “Let…

Who is God?

It’s not fair … or is it?

My firstborn son learned very quickly to say these three words (not necessarily in this order): Mom, Dad, and MINE! Those born after the…

Bible 101

Thank God for the kingdom of God!

Around 701 b.c., Sennacherib, the king of Assyria, marched from modern-day Iraq to Jerusalem. His army was not known for being nice. Sennacherib’s palace…

Living My Faith

Listen when he speaks

There was an old TV commercial about a financial firm named E.F. Hutton. It showed Mr. Hutton in a busy restaurant or on a…

Life’s Challenges

Grace AND peace!

Christians love the words grace and peace. Those two words are laced through the Bible, peppered into prayers, and bound up in the benediction…

Who is God?

School of grace

Eventually we all must navigate how to discipline those who are under our authority when they need a change in behavior. What I know…