Passover Compared to Easter, It’s just as Personal

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Have you ever wondered what’s the point? Passover is a Jewish ordinance. Why do we read so much about Passover in scripture? Is it relevant? This the greatest rescue story of all time. OUR rescue story, which isn’t a story at all – it’s reality. Passover is personal Join me in this study as weRead more

How Does Barabbas Apply to Us?

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What do we know about Barabbas? There are lots of avenues we could take to explore his life. In this episode we focus on two. 1) The choice in the Garden. Is the same choice in the courtyard. 2) As offensive as it feels, our life mirrors Barabbas Join in as we explore the lastRead more

The Triumphal Entry

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Have you ever been tempted to exchange your, “Hosanna,” for a, “Crucify?” Easter is almost here, and we’re soaking our spirit in several moments of the last week of Jesus’ life. As we walk through the last week of Jesus’ life we see a painful depiction of our interactions, and our handling of God inRead more

He Came Riding on a Donkey

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I opened my Bible this weekend purposed to soak my mind in all things leading up to Jesus’ resurrection. I made it about two sentences into my study, and stalled out a crying mess over Jesus, God robed in flesh, riding into Jerusalem on a donkey. It’s forever mystifying to read how radically different HisRead more

God’s love is unfathomable

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God’s love is unmeasured, exhaustless, extensive, horizon-less, infinite – unfathomable. It is not earned. It’s just there – and that makes zero sense to us. An interesting truth especially for those of us with children. We understand our own ability to possess a love like this when it comes to loving our kids, but ifRead more

He paid it ALL

Surely he has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows; yet we esteemed him stricken, smitten by God, and afflicted. But he was pierced for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities; upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with his wounds we are healed. (Isaiah 53:4–5) Jesus paid it all.Read more


I don’t know about you, but I have a love for words. I can pinpoint the moment when my love for them began. It was years ago, I was talking with my boss at the time, and laid out a common saying. I could tell what I said took him by suprise as he lookedRead more

Purpose in the Path

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Good Friday is quickly approaching. Always an incredible day to sit and reflect on what happened that day over two thousand years ago. A jaw dropping journey that still stirs our hearts in wonder as we process our feelings of inadequacy asking ourselves, ‘How can it be?’  A recent family hike led my mind toRead more