Category Archives: Say What Now?
Read 2 Corinthians 13:1-10 “He was sheer weakness and humiliation when he was killed on the cross, but oh, he’s alive now—in the mighty power of God! – (2 Corinthians 13:3 MSG) From the age of five, James was raised … Continue reading
April 30 – Say What Now? – “Leave your Country, Family and Land and I’ll Give You a Nation, Name and Blessing”
Read Genesis 12:1-5 Abraham’s story is one of my favorites, maybe because of the trust exchange between Abraham and God. I’m so glad I’ve been re-reading Abraham’s story recently. As most know, Jake and I are expecting a baby girl, … Continue reading
DON’T READ Philippians 4:4-7. . . yet. We will. Promise. But it’s likely you’ve read it before. So, before familiarity sets in and we read it in a predictable way, let’s reset with some context so we can read it … Continue reading
Read Joshua 6:1-21 “Joshua fought the battle of Jericho Jericho, Jericho! Joshua fought the battle of Jericho And the walls came a tumbling down!” If you have grown up going to church, you have probably sung that song a time … Continue reading
Read Matthew 28:16-20 Say what now? The sheer scope of that responsibility seems nearly impossible today. It must have seemed even more overwhelming to the disciples as they first heard the words. In terms of its breadth, they were to … Continue reading
Read Genesis 9:6-22 We often see Noah’s ark depicted as a cartoon type of boat with a giraffe’s head sticking out of the top and an elephant squeezed onto the deck with a lion standing beside. It was really hard … Continue reading