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April 14, 2020

On one summer day, I decided to go out for a run. After a mile of poor running, I found myself at the local Oakland Cemetery. Among the silent graves, I heard my lungs wheezing. And in an asthma attack, I scrabbled to the pavement. Once I caught my breath, I looked up...

April 12, 2020

As humans, we doubt. Even the best of us. Let's look at time when Jesus meets someone with doubts. I invite you to turn to your Bible to John chapter 20.

It’s a story of Jesus and Thomas, the disciple. Thomas has some doubts about the resurrection of Jesus. Thomas was...

March 19, 2020

Let’s start with this one assumption. Everyone agrees with it. "Something has gone terribly wrong." Something has gone wrong. People are anxious, depressed, angry, at war with one another; there are homicides and suicides. The culture we live in is a battlefield. It do...

September 26, 2019

I want to look at this intersection of one of Jesus’ most triumphant event and one of Jesus’ most tragic event. In the calendar of the Christian Church this is known as Palm Sunday. Some speak of our Lord’s entry into Jerusalem as a tragic entry. His entry was one of i...