It has been a few weeks since our last episode of "The Middle" but our hiatus was for a number of very good reasons. We lay out all those bits of good news while also sharing the lessons that God has been teaching us over these past few weeks. You can listen to that brand… Continue reading New Episode of “The Middle”
We’ve spent a week fixing our eyes on God and His hope that He graciously and powerfully gives us. It is a hope that spans all sorts of joys and trials. It is a hope that He upholds by His power & grace and not our own good behavior. Our hope is all-encompassing and steadfast.… Continue reading A Well That Won’t Run Dry
There are a couple of questions that are almost a given whenever I go out into public. The first is, “Are you cold?” Which is a question I definitely understand. There’s just not a category for people when they meet someone without arms. There’s no way that I am missing both arms, so I have… Continue reading You Have A Story to Tell
I can barely fathom that I have been in ministry for more than half of my adult life. I’ve had the amazing opportunity to serve God’s church for 20 years. God has allowed me to sit and watch His Spirit call people from death to life more time than I can count. I’ve watched as… Continue reading More Than Sundays
Our strongest moments come when we realize how weak we really are and how powerful He truly is. Grace is made wholly known even in the worst possible circumstances to those of us who trust in God & His power.
The groaning of this world (Romans 8:22) wasn’t going to instantly change because Jesus was now my Savior and Lord. That’s the promise ONE day, not TOday. While the circumstances of my life were not categorically changing and improving – my hope and my help had. I now had a Friend, a Strength, a Shepherd and an Advocate. He was what I really needed.
It is crazy to think that I joined Facebook almost 16 years ago…and it was SO much different then. You had to have an email address from a college to even sign up for the app. Most of my “friends” were my classmates that I saw almost every day. We share pictures of our lives:… Continue reading Love Thy “Friends”
My heart – divided by worry, insecurity, uncertainty – was at a loss. It felt like I was emotionally and spiritually paralyzed. There was no means by which I was going to pull myself up by the bootstraps and get out of this one. This was beyond the scale and scope of my own strength and will to press on.
Dan Darling, the VP of Communications at the ERLC, took time to talk with us on the most recent episode of The Pastors Corner. In this clip below, Dan reminds us of the role that the pastor has in our super-charged political world.