Reading the Gospels helps me to know I’m not alone in my doubts. In fact, I’m in fairly good company.
Note: This article was first featured at Gospel-Centered Discipleship. The children, in their forgetful playfulness, left the farm gate open again, giving free rein to the wandering instincts of our old Bassett Hound. Equipped with her overactive sniffer, instigated by the Earth-shaking peals from the sky, she disappeared into the stormy night. It might haveContinue reading “The Surprise of Resurrection”
Gleanings are some items I’ve found lying around the web that I’ve found helpful this week. All (Some) Things Gilead There are very few times I’ll put a book down, exhale, and simply say, “Wow.” But this is exactly what happened when I read Marilynne Robison’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Gilead. While reading it, my wife askedContinue reading “Gleanings – April 30, 2019”
If Jesus is God, then there exists nothing more worthy of his affections than himself.
The second post in a series on Thomas from John 20. Perhaps you can identify with “Doubting” Thomas, and be met by Jesus in His kindness and grace.
Resurrection surprises us. More often it bores us. In Christ, let us be reawakened to the awe and majesty of the life given to us through death.