Sunday night I found myself, for the first time in a long time, a visitor in church. No…I’m not church hopping. Rather, I was merely visiting a friend who was playing drums for the evening Christmas service. As I entered the lobby of the auditorium in which the service was held, I was promptly greeted […]Read more "Beauty & Mystery"
I had the great privilege of spending a large part of the summer of 2011 in the Holy Land working with a team of archaeologists on a dig site in the Galilee. Recently, I went back through my journal from that summer, and want to share this short reflection from our time in Bethlehem: “After […]Read more "O Little Town of Bethlehem"
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This semester, our College & Young Adult Sunday School class has been journeying through the book of Genesis which comes to a close with a story of a prisoner who becomes president and gives a nation a future based on forgiveness. But it’s not a story confined to ancient history. These things still happen. Injustices […]Read more "Prisoner turned President"