Subscribe to my Weekly Wrap-Up.
Curated links and fresh reflections sent straight to your inbox.
Brewery theology anyone?
Serving up my most recent blog posts, just for you.
The preparation John is calling for is a change in orientation, not pointing to guilt or shame, but instead facing in a new direction. A direction that allows the refiner’s fire to burn away the damage sin has done to creation and then live in the hopefully light of the coming Christ.
While we look at this season of anticipating a birth we have to also remember that Christ has already been born, and we now live as a Church awaiting his return and with his return the fullness of the Kingdom of G-d will be made known to us.
When we are baptized, named and claimed as beloved by our Creator, we proclaim Christ as our Savior and promise to serve Him as Lord. That was a bold profession to make 2000 years ago and it continues to be so today. It is a declaration that Christ is Lord and everything else is secondary. Our allegiance lies with Christ, because of the promises made at our baptism which means the truth for our lives looks different from those who do not make the same proclamation.
Christian Piatt returns to the podcast to talk about the latest installment in his Surviving the Bible series.
The intersection of faith and doubt is viewed either as a badge of honor for some Christians but for others, doubt has no place.
The incarnation reveals to us is that while the darkness may seem dark, the Light of Christ always prevails.