Everyone loves to show off some photos of their latest trip or family party. So, here I’ll share some to start off this week’s column. Never mind if you would rather not see my family’s party or my vacation — these aren’t those anyway. I’ve been under-the-weather and keeping my distance from folks. Here’s another secret though: they aren’t anybody’s.
Though it may appear that God isn’t in control in the given moment, Scripture tells us to have confidence in His steadfast love and power.
I look at hope found in God in all situations of life as we turn to Psalms 106-108 this week.
Two ruckuses that have occupied our society the past couple of weeks have gotten me thinking a lot about truth. One came from the Left and one from the Right. One was Liz Cheney’s loss, one student loan debt forgiveness.
Do we care about truth? That’s my column for the week.
How do we empower more and more people to serve in the church? How do we do God’s work with trust? Pastor Tim looks at that in tonight’s journey in Philippians.
Please join me as we turn to our next three Psalms (40-42) and reflect on how they turn us towards our true hope as we look forward to Easter.
Are we shining lights into our world or are we spreading darkness? As we continue in Philippians 2, we’re challenged to think about our role in showing God’s light in this world.
Join the Psalminizers (Jason, Melanie, Jim and Pastor Tim) as we turn to our next three Psalms (37-39) and reflect on how they turn us towards our need for repentance and God’s grace.
What does it mean to work out our salvation with “fear and trembling”? How does that help us to understand our calling as believers and as the church?
Join Jason as we turn to our next three Psalms (34-36) and reflect on what they tell us about our God and His calling for our lives. Live tonight at 7:30 pm (CDT).