Educate Yourself

Covid 19: Reflections from the Prophet Ezekiel

Catastrophe strikes us and our world changes; this disorientation should drive us to an honest evaluation of our realities and then to solutions.  Denial refuses to acknowledge what has happened: holding tightly to certainties that…
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An Intentional Pilgrimage

It is strange and shameful that many in our Western culture that claim to be Christians, believe, even to the point of being dogmatic, in a book that they have never read.  Still more dangerous…
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A Crime of Biblical Proportion

The Bible has been around for twenty five hundred years.  It continues in its completed form to be the best-selling book on the planet.  From its obscure origination it has become a worldwide sacred text. …
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One Hundred Bible Studies, Conclusion

Reading the Bible will provoke a process of wrestling, doubting, imagining, and aggressively discussing its mysteries.  Scripture is not a static work, but a living, breathing, captivating, and confounding book that is able to equip…
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One Hundred Bible Studies, Part 2

As the prophet Amos declared of old, “There is a famine in the land, not of bread or water, but of hearing and knowing the Word of the Lord.”  Most of our churches teach and…
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One Hundred Bible Studies, Part 1

The Bible has been around for twenty five hundred years and it continues to be the bestselling book on the planet.  From its obscure origination it has become a worldwide sacred and revered text.  It…
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“One-anothering”

Love one another as I have loved you. Wash one another’s feet…serve one another in love. Be at peace with each other. Be devoted to one another with mutual affection. Honor one another above yourselves….
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Think About It

1God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. 2 Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, 3 though its waters roar…
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