They devoted themselves to their “shared meals”: Acts 2:42

On Sunday, I challenged us to be devoted to sharing together in the meal that forms our identity as children of God. Here are the four actions I’m proposing: 1. (Family Level) Begin now to find creative ways to retell the whole story over a meal at home. From the Creation to Jesus’ return, be sure toContinue reading “They devoted themselves to their “shared meals”: Acts 2:42″

“Do you think you are who they say you are?”

That question is a famous line from the mouth of Judas in the rock opera, Jesus Christ – Superstar. In Superstar, Judas also asks, “Who are you? What have you sacrificed?” I don’t know how Tim Rice, the lyricist for Superstar, expected us to react to those questions. However, I think these are really importantContinue reading ““Do you think you are who they say you are?””

Plan the work, then work the plan – 2015

“Plan the work, then work the plan.“ Have you heard this phase? It turns up where anyone really wants to succeed at their objective. In Lewis Carroll’s story, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the Cheshire Cat makes this same point in the negative, saying, “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there.” If weContinue reading “Plan the work, then work the plan – 2015”

Reading the Bible for Spiritual Maturity

I’ve challenged you to add a commentary to you Bible reading plan, so that you gain insights into the original culture and world. This will help you understand the passage the same way the first hearers and readers did. Bottom line, beginning Bible study by understanding this FIRST MEANING of the passage helps us betterContinue reading “Reading the Bible for Spiritual Maturity”