Good morning, everyone! This morning, I’ll be preaching from Ephesians 3:1-13 on “A Mystery We Cannot Solve.” For our Ramp-Up, I focus on Ephesians 3:10 about the role of the church. and how this should change our perspective of what church is all about. Let’s talk about that.
He is risen (indeed)! On the heels of a report about decreased membership in churches, synagogues, and mosques, Phil Zuckerman pens an op-ed about how this is actually a good thing if America wants to move forward progressively. Let’s talk about that.
Listen to the podcast here:
We had some audio problems early on that lasted a couple minutes. Yet, we hope this will be of help to you.
Today is Palm Sunday and the beginning of Holy Week on the Christian calendar. Whenever I think of palms, I think of my upbringing in Florida. But–why palms?
Here is my submission to the 2021 Southeastern Evangelical Theological Society’s Asynchronous Videos.
Good morning, all! On this day back in 1685, Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) was born in Eisenach, Germany. He was a prolific composer whose musical form laid the foundation for all Western music even to this day. In his compositions, we see the letters “J.J.” at the beginning, and “S.D.G.” at the end. Why did he do this? He did this in light of his Christian walk.