Love in the Face of Violence
In the face of his betrayal and death, Jesus chose humility and love. And in the face of a horrible racist hate crime, Christians are called to love in the face of violence.
A Not-So-Last Supper: Good Friday Reflections
The Final Supper begins and ends in praise. It’s communal. And it points forward to Christ’s return. Though it’s a solemn scene, it is a victorious one.
"It is finished." Jesus has liberated you to worship
Lenten Reflection: Christ said "It is finished" at the cross. What does this mean for your life, and how does it affect your daily worship?
Friendship with a Mission
Jesus calls his disciples friends. They know him and what he stands for. Jesus also calls you friend. His friendship is beautiful, loving, and whole. And it comes with a mission...
Find your Place: Respite & Solitude with God
(Mark 1:35-37) Even the Son of God needed respite with the Father. Where's your place?
Yeah, He's "Still Rolling Stones"
(John 11:38-44) The climactic and surprising ending to the story of Lazarus offers the final word on death and suffering.
Did Jesus Feel Pain or Sadness?
(John 11:32-37) The story of Lazarus offers an interlude of mourning—and the shortest verse of the Bible.
No Dead Messiahs Here
(John 11:23-27) On the greatest claim anyone could make. And the concrete, living hope we have in Christ.
Something Huge is on the Horizon
(John 11:17-24) In the face of death, Jesus hints at the future reality of the "resurrection at the last day."
☀️ "I am going there to awaken him..."
(John 11:11-15) Jesus's stunning answer to pain, suffering, and death.