We’re studying the Gospel of Luke on Wednesday nights. Tony has developed a great set of questions for conversation. Whether you were with us or not, I invite you to read Luke 1:1-4:13 and reflect on the questions below.
Originally posted on In Light of the Resurrection:
Brian talked about the way Luke’s gospel tells us the story of how God’s salvation expands to include folks that,…
As we’ve gone Old School during our last several weeks, we’ve drawn a little closer to John Wesley, his sermons and impact. Once again, I’m inspired and thankful for the legacy of faith. Here’s a quote from President Woodrow Wilson regarding JW:
The church was dead and Wesley awakened it; the poor were neglected and Wesley sought them out; the gospel was shrunken into formulas and Wesley flung it…
Over the last week, we have watched Ferguson, a portion of metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri. While many argue about the shooting of a young black man and the escalation that followed, clearly, the embers of this fire have been burning for decades. The same embers that have burned in Ferguson also burn in many other cities. These difficulties and the byproducts of the difficulties become reasons…
We’re going Old School in August. I mean, really Old School. We’re going to the roots of revival, further back than even Phoebe Palmer or Lorenzo Dow. We’re going back to Wesley. John Wesley is credited with beginning a movement that reformed England and touched all of Britain in the 18th Century. In fact, his influence was so profound that in 2002 the British Broadcast Corporation placed Wesley…
Holy God, Scripture tells us that there are seven things that you detest
hands that shed innocent blood,
a heart that plots evil,
feet that race to do wrong,
a false witness that pours out lies,
a person who sows discord in a family
Keep us from these things, O Lord.
We pray for this commission and these commissioners as they work to benefit the people of Alabama and…
Homes of Christians in Mosul are marked with this symbol.
The story of life as told in the Bible began in Iraq. Genesis 2 uses the Tigris and Euphrates, which continue to flow through Iraq, as markers of where life began. It is believed that faith in Christ began taking hold in Mosul, a city on the Tigris River, in the first century. For nearly 2,000 years, brothers and sisters in Christ…
Biscuits baseball with @AldersgateUMC youth! I’m sporting the throwback hat while Brasher deals on some Dippin’ Dots. (at Riverwalk Stadium)