If death is the end toward which all life is moving… then why does anything in our lives matter at all? Why ascribe any purpose to it whatsoever? It is all death in the end anyway.Read more "If Death is Not the End…"
“This my body, given for you,” is not simply a statement continually reminding us of who Jesus was and what he did. It is also a declaration of what his Body (the Church) will continue to do.Read more "this is my body, given for you (kind of)…"
When I die I hope that my epitaph will read, “He contended for the heart and soul of the Church for the sake of Jesus Christ and His Kingdom.” I say this because I will never in my life give up my pursuit to divorce Christians from lesser affinities and inferior obsessions that have compromised the very identity of Jesus Christ in the world.Read more "contending for the heart of the Church…"
I asked over 100 of my friends, “What is the Good News and why does it matter?” Of the nearly 30 responses I received, all but one essentially said the same thing, “The Good News is that Jesus died for our sins and those who believe in him will be forgiven.” Is that it?Read more "the (you fill in the blank) News…"
Jesus did not come to create a special group of “saved” people, rather a Kingdom of priests that offer themselves as living sacrifices used by God to restore a broken and fractured world.Read more "easter in june…"