Healing a World of Harms
Our world is full of harms. How do we reconcile God's goodness with humanity's evil? What is our hope? The apostle John offers a hope and a mission to answer this.
The Mountain of God: Why the World is not the Tyrant's
(Isaiah 2:2-5) A prophet's words from 2,700 years ago offers hope and truth while our world reels from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Amanda Gorman’s Soaring Inaugural Poem and the Scripture at its Heart
Amanda Gorman's inspirational inaugural poem "The Hill We Climb," and the Bible reference on justice and healing at its heart.
Wooden Savior. Heart of Stone.
(Jeremiah 2:27-28) Jeremiah calls out the idol worship of Israel. It was everywhere. He calls them to turn their faces to God. His words matter for us.
The Freshwater Spring You Must Visit: The Spring of Living Water
(Jeremiah 2:13) God has a word for His people: Stop digging bad wells. Turn to Me, your source of Living Water.
God's Unexpected Solution to Sin
(Isaiah 53:4-6) God's solution to sin may seem unfair, but it is both just and beautiful.
🌴Friday Fun, More on Justice, & Book Review
(Isaiah 1:17) The ultimate squirrel obstacle course, more on justice, and what I'm reading.
Justice & Mercy: What Americans can Learn from the Response of Christian Cooper
A sampling from Jesus' famous "Blessed are..." statements and the response of a man rightly deserving justice.
Christian, is Justice in Your Spiritual DNA?
A candid call-to-action after the murder of Ahmaud Arbery: Justice is at the heart of God’s character, and it must be in our DNA as His children.