"We often know what we are praying for but forget what we have prayed for. "
There are often unexpected implications with the way many Christians, both teachers and students, approach deadlines. In the previous post, I identified two dangerous implications for the way many Christian approach and apply deadlines, particularly within an education environment. In this... Continue Reading →
I see three dangerous implications in how many Christians relate to deadlines and grace, particularly when deadlines have little to no meaning.
In the days leading up to Easter Sunday, I found myself coming back to one prayer in the Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions. The prayer I kept returning to is called "Crucifixion and Resurrection" and it resonated deeply... Continue Reading →
Today is "Maundy Thursday" of Holy Week. Maundy Thursday sets its focus on Jesus washing His disciples feet in the Upper Room recorded in John chapter 13. I am reminded of a simple but profound truth from Jesus' example. Foot washing... Continue Reading →
The Apostle’s Creed is one of the most ancient non-scriptural formulas of the Christian Faith. With roots going back to the mid second-century, this Creed has filled the lips of believers across languages, countries, and centuries. The Creed reaches far... Continue Reading →