There is No Resurrection Without Crucifixion

I’m not aware of a greater irony than “Good” Friday of Holy Week. On “Good” Friday, Jesus is crucified between two thieves. He takes on the wrath of God for our sin and dies with a heart full of love and anguish. Think about how truly horrible those hours leading up to the cross were […]

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10 Practical Ways To Love Your Neighbor During Covid-19

We are truly living in strange days friends. We have an enemy we can’t see, the information we are receiving can be wildly speculative and no one knows for sure how long this whole thing will last. Strange days indeed. In regards to response, we are watching the spectrum unfold before our eyes. On one […]

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Coronavirus and the Christian Response

Coronavirus is dominating all media feeds and appropriately so with how much there currently is to report. The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared COVID-19 as a pandemic, meaning that it has spread over a large geographic area. In this case specifically, it means that COVID-19 is “prevalent throughout an entire country, continent, or […]

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Reflections on Kobe and the Shortness of Life

On Sunday, January 26th a friend texted me and asked if I had seen the news that Kobe Bryant had died. My initial reaction was that it was hoax like I’d seen so many times. However, when I got online there was a different tone to the language people were using. It was somber, eulogistic […]

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