A word for the day

I thought I’d use today’s blog to show off one of iOS Keynote’s newest features, pencil support. As this is a special day for those of my faith, the video shares the incredible declaration which reverberates though the empty tomb.

Broken Chains

Jesus breaks the chains of sin and death. This is the very heartbeat of Christianity. He breaks them with his death, both ransoming us from our accuser and establishing the victory. He then destroys them forever the morning he exits the tomb. So why are sin and death still so active? Why do I open…

Rise Up

This is an edited manuscript for my Easter Sunday sermon – April 5, 2015. It’s launched from Acts 10:34-43 but is set up much different than my typical preaching. Most of the themes from Peter’s message to Cornelius are present, but I don’t unpack them as I normally do. As it’s not my typical way…

Risen Indeed

He is risen. This is the traditional greeting for Christians on Easter 1 for centuries. It’s the message of hope for the Christian faith. Jesus, God in the Flesh, died but is risen. The doors of death have been kicked open from the inside, sin has been conquered, and the hope of the New Creation…