Abortion, Then and Now

The abortion debate has resurfaced significantly due to the most recent Supreme Court activity. Because of this, I and other pastors are receiving our fair share of requests to weigh in. Below is an essay I wrote about the subject. As you will see, I favor championing the sanctity of all human life “from womb […]

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Jesus And Women — The Scandal That Should Be No Scandal At All

This Advent season, the sermon series we have chosen at Christ Presbyterian Church is “The Women Who Gave Us Jesus,” a study of the women who appear in the lineage of Christ in Matthew’s gospel. What is surprising to some about these women will be the most hopeful news to others. Why is this so? […]

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Hope for All Sinners, Even Me

For honest Christians (Can there be any other kind?), becoming like Jesus Christ—or what Scripture calls sanctification—often feels like an anticlimactic process. No matter how much better we become over time, no matter how much more loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, kind, good, faithful, gentle, and self-controlled we are this year compared to last year (Galatians […]

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Confessions of a Sometimes Restless Insomniac

I believe in the Kingdom come Then all the colors will bleed into one, bleed into one But yes, I’m still running. You broke the bonds and you loosed the chains You carried the cross of my shame, of my shame You know I believe it But I still haven’t found what I’m looking for. […]

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