Breaking Points & Building Points

John 11:25-26 - Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this? Lazarus was dead. His sisters, Martha and Mary, grieved his death and sent for Jesus, … Continue reading Breaking Points & Building Points

A Portrait of Love

Ah, love.  Love has been the abstract of artists, the theme of thespians, the perch of poets.  What is love?  What does it look like?  How does it feel within me?  How do you know you have it?  We sure seem to know when we’ve lost it or when it’s missing. In the Bible, we … Continue reading A Portrait of Love

What Would Jesus Be?

Several years ago a popular saying went, "What would Jesus do?" The question challenged Christians to examine their actions and to consider if they were reflective of Christ's character. The question challenges our sense of functionality as Christians, in essence asking, "Are we doing the things we are supposed to be doing?" While this is a great, probing question worthy of consideration, let's take the challenge farther by asking, "What would Jesus be?"

A Holiday Lesson in Brokenness

While our relationship with Christ provides the overarching narrative for all our other relationships, unhealthy thought patterns and behavioral habits often take time to identify and to change. Ideally, we will learn to view all relationships through the lens of grace and humility as well as faith, hope, and love.