Can a wall be immoral? Not exactly, because walls have no will. They merely sit there, stoic and lonely, giving in to the ravages of time and entropy. Poor walls. But I would like to just quickly weigh in on the hyped up rhetoric that is currently swirling around in our culture that may have…Details
Hitching 2019 to Jesus
2019 will contain the 10th birthday of ReCAST Church. The time has gone by in the spirit of the proverbial “the days are long but the years are short.” So I will kick off this anniversary year by sharing five observations from ten years of being a lead pastor. 1. Preaching creates a rhythm. My…Details
Food has a powerful influence on our lives. Our schedules often revolve around food. We plan for it. we take time to get it just right. And in its best manifestation consuming food comes with togetherness. I am guessing you all have some traditions around food. I will share some of my Christmas food…Details
A Note from Julie Perrine: Hello fellow ReCAST women! My name is Julie Perrine and I am excited and humbled to be your point person for all things “women”. As most of you are aware a formal women’s ministry team was assembled and led by Jacque with Ginger co-leading. Jacque has moved to Saginaw and Ginger is now our…Details
What Child is This?
The apostle Paul left the following instructions to Titus, one of his younger fellow workers, “This is why I left you in Crete, so that you might put what remained into order, and appoint elders in every town as I directed you.” – Titus 1:5(ESV) And then what follows in Titus chapter 1, is a…Details
Most people have by now heard of the name John Chau. He was a young man who was killed last week, moments after arriving on an island occupied by a stone-age tribe that has been closed off to outside human contact. His plans to bring the gospel to that island were met by a…Details