In Transition, God is Enough

Where do you start after taking almost five months off from blogging? The last time I posted a blog was May 7. We had been in Nebraska for a full month and were neck-deep in fundraising. Time was at a premium. Blogging was not a priority. It's appropriate, I think, to share my thoughts about … Continue reading In Transition, God is Enough

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A Brief Message to Our Ministry Partners at Grace Chapel

Inspired by Philippians 4:10-20 Dear Ministry Partners at Grace Chapel, We have greatly rejoiced in the Lord because it’s very clear you are concerned for us. Indeed, you've always been concerned for our well-being. You've showed it in various ways. Yet you didn't always have opportunity because our needs weren’t always tangible. Sometimes they weren't even noticeable! Our need … Continue reading A Brief Message to Our Ministry Partners at Grace Chapel

An Interview with the Apostle Paul on True Righteousness

Thanks for joining me today, as I interview the Apostle Paul again to help us better understand Philippians 3. Let’s get started.Paul, thanks for joining me again. Can you tell me why you wrote Philippians 3:2-17? To write the same things to the Philippians is no trouble to me and was safe for them. Okay, well … Continue reading An Interview with the Apostle Paul on True Righteousness

Why I Changed My Mind on Romans 7:14-25

Romans 7:14-25, is a controversial passage. As controversial as they come (well, maybe behind the one on tongues). Good, Jesus-loving Christians divide over what Paul is talking about. In case you are unfamiliar with the argument, there are three main views: Some believe that the "I" in the passage is Paul speaking autobiographically as a Christian, … Continue reading Why I Changed My Mind on Romans 7:14-25