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  • Why Don't Christians Obey All the Old Testament Laws?

    "The law has been nailed to the cross of Christ; He has come to fulfill the law and the prophets (Matthew 5:17). We are no longer under the curse of the law, but at the same time acknowledge that the law is good (1 Timothy 1:8) and that all scripture is God-breathed (2 Timothy 3:16)." read more
  • Sustained by God's Word

    We have been created by the word of God, by the very breath that comes from his mouth, how then can we be sustained by anyone or anything else? read more
  • Holy Week Devotional

    This devotional explores the events of the Holy Week beginning on Palm Sunday and ending on Holy (Black) Saturday in preparation for Easter Sunday read more
  • Supporting Ukraine in Faith and Deed

    Faith must also be accompanied by action. In global situations like this, it is hard to know how we can be practically engaged in “giving them the things needed for the body”. read more
  • The Triumphal Procession of Christ the Victor

    "We whom God has redeemed through Christ now join His triumphal procession; not sometimes, not occasionally, but God always leads us and employs us in spreading the fragrance of the knowledge of him everywhere in victorious declaration." read more
  • Submission and Civil Disobedience: Where is the Line?

    "We are not called to 100% full, unquestioning obedience to the governing authority because there are instances where that would mean disobedience to God, and at the same time, we’re not called to 100% disobedience to governing authority because that would also mean disobedience to God and what he has established. But where is the line?" read more
  • Christmas: The Beginning of the Greatest Act of Humility in All of the History of the Universe

    ...it is not any exaggeration that Christmas marks the beginning of the greatest act of humility in all of the history of the universe... read more
  • A Less "Massy" Christmas: The Moderated Mass of a Marvelous Message

    As we remember the coming of Christ in the Christ Mass, we recognize that even though the Mass is moderated, the Message is marvelous. read more
  • Snowmobiling: A Surprising Lesson in Discipleship

    Our mandate as people who follow Christ is to make disciples of all nations. The marks that we are walking in obedience to that command is that we are baptizing in the name of the Father, Son & Holy Spirit and that we are teaching others to walk in obedience to Christ. As I reflect on my own experience in being discipled by other faithful followers of Christ, I see this pattern emerge that is quite similar to my snowmobiling excursion and it’s a pattern I want to share with you that you may have some tools, or a frame of reference when it comes to making disciples as Jesus commanded. read more
  • The Beauty of Letting the Dead Things Go: Changing Seasons of Life

    We can let the dead things go because we trust in God’s immutable, unchangeable-ness and the greatness of the Gospel that promises resurrection, eternal life even after death.  read more