I’ve been sick since before Thanksgiving. I had bronchitis that turned into Pnuemonia, and I can barely remember what it means to be normal. I have been slowly getting better but still not 100%. I did run on a treadmill yesterday, and it felt pretty good. But this sickness has made me consider a spiritual…Details
No we are not launching a satellite into orbit, yet. My title could be confusing, but some amazing things have happened since ReCAST first met April 19, 2009 where we crowded 15-20 adults into folding chairs in Greg and Jen Nitzel’s basement. We were in the process of renovating a store front that seemed like…Details
I thought it may benefit someone out there for me to list the books I have read in the past year and give a one sentence summary of each. I love reading, and have found that books become friends. 1. 1 and 2 Thessalonians (NIVAC) An excellent commentary series that I have read off and…Details
Yesterday I spoke on Matthew 9:35-38 where Matthew records the compassion of Jesus Christ toward the crowds. After an excellent discussion on the topic of compassion last night with my small group, there are some points that I think it would be valuable to clarify from the message yesterday.
I was listening to Al Mohler’s, “The Briefing” this morning as I do most mornings when he mentioned a very fortunate situation that led to thankfulness. Three young Boy Scouts were separated from their leaders in the mountain of North Carolina last week and ended up spending a night out in the wild, lost and…Details
I read the following quote on Facebook and it was disturbing to me on a couple of levels. I try my best to not get involved in online debates, but I had to comment. The quote was a repost from a Facebook group about class warfare and it read, “If the fetus you save is…Details