Category: Current Events

So, the Election is Over. Now Whom Do We Owe Taxes to Again?

Reading Time: 5 minutes How Christians Should Respond to the Election Results To put it mildly, most people would like to close the 2020 history books. It is my personal goal to release my vendetta on 2020 by unleashing […]

Hope Beyond 2020

Reading Time: 4 minutes 2020 has been a year that has shattered all expectations and shown that our modern world, for all of its technological and scientific advances, remains ever dependent on the life-sustaining work of Christ in His […]

Observe the Clouds

Reading Time: 5 minutes After a while of staring into the heavens, it hits you… He created it all – the sun, the moon, the stars. He is higher than we are. He is greater than we are. In Him all things consist and are held together. The cosmos was created by an almighty God, a personal God, who controls all things—and that God wants to have a relationship with his creation.

Easter Cannot Be Cancelled

Reading Time: 3 minutes We live in confusing and uncertain times. Lately it seems every day we open our newsfeed or email to read about another closure, canceled appointment or postponed event. However, each one of us has an […]

Calming the Winds of Chaos and Crisis

Reading Time: 5 minutes Jesus calms our fears and speaks peace into our hearts, even (especially) in times of crisis.

’Tis The Season To Be Vulnerable

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Scriptures present the miracle of Emmanuel, God with us, from a multitude of viewpoints and perspectives.  Each viewpoint or perspective usually had some corresponding responses, some good and some not so good.  Come and […]

The Flight of Death’s Dark Shadows

Reading Time: 4 minutes John 1:4 – “In Him was life, and the life was the light of men” (ESV). “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” is one of my favorite Christmas carols/advent hymns, and, like most people of my […]

God Speaks to Darkness

Reading Time: 3 minutes Joel Carter Some have said that John 1:1-18 is the best literary prologue of all time. It’s an easy claim to back up. These verses beautifully present images and themes that would pique the curiosity […]

Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus

Reading Time: 4 minutes It doesn’t take a lot of insight to notice that there is something terribly wrong with our world. Scrolling through Facebook, Twitter, or the news only makes this reality even more blatant. Ignominious acts are […]

Shepherds

Reading Time: 3 minutes Something that I have wondered about the Christmas story is this: Why were the shepherds the first to hear about Jesus? When I was younger, I always felt like the shepherds were the smallest, forgotten […]