You Can’t Make Science to Mean Something it Doesn’t Mean

I’m not a scientist.  My science classes in college were geology, meteorology, and food science.  The best I did in high school was a B in honors physics at a public school.  And even that grade should be investigated. So allow my non-scientific mind to think through something with you. Often in debates about evolution…

True Joy is Found in Insignificance

This morning I read about Jesus feeding the five thousand and walking on water from Mark 6.  The disciples didn’t understand.  In fact, Mark says that their hearts were hardened.  What the disciples didn’t get was the fact that the God who created water, fish, bread, and the world was sitting and talking with them….

Heaven: God’s Unpacking of His Glory for Eternity

While worshiping the Lord this morning, I was reflecting on the idea of being like God.  It was one of the factors of Adam and Eve’s first sin.  “You will be like God,” the serpent said.  The fact is, though, that we already were like God.  He made us in his image.  Now, we seek to make…