Monthly Archives: March 2013

Good Friday Drama: White as Snow

I wrote this for our Good Friday service. Inspired by an idea one of our worship planners had from Zechariah 3, we witness Satan as the accuser of a child of God at the judgment seat where God presides. In … Continue reading

Posted in General Reflections | Leave a comment

Not Losing Heart

What does it mean to live with Easter power within us? As we celebrate the foundation of our faith, Jesus’ resurrection, we’re told that “the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you” (Romans 8.11). … Continue reading

Posted in General Reflections | Leave a comment

The Blessed Reminder of the Snow

It’s not supposed to be snowing anymore, but it is. The flurries continue to bring fury into our thoughts. “Just warm up already!” we think as we walk again into the cold and frigid wilderness. It’s not that we expect … Continue reading

Posted in General Reflections | 1 Comment

Ahead of the Times

A vocal and continuous criticism of the church in our day, and most likely throughout the centuries, is its lack of relevance to contemporary life. It is commonly assumed by many that in significant ways the church is “behind the … Continue reading

Posted in General Reflections | Leave a comment