A new hymnal for a new day, Our Great Redeemer’s Praise: A Hymnal for All God’s People is finally here after years in the making!
Available in red and navy blue, this truly pan-Wesleyan hymnbook is distinctly oriented around the Apostles’ Creed. It’s shipping now, and first-run print copies are going quickly. We look forward to worshipping together!
We constantly find ourselves in need of the mending of our own hearts, souls and spirits.
Through a catalytic combination of teaching, training, and engagement with one another, this retreat will resource our great need for wisdom and courage, for healing and equipping, and all for the sake of our shared work of sowing for awakening in our age.
So, walking into the room filled with gas fumes that was the upset king of Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar, we’ve noticed Daniel could confront the fear and insanity of the moment because Daniel found a way to
I think there is much we can learn from Daniel in general, and particularly from the story of Nebuchadnezzar’s insanity in Daniel 4, about how believers can live and work in a violent, dangerous, frightened,
reFlectionary: musings on Old Testament readings from the Daily Office Lectionary. Season after Pentecost, Proper 13, Thursday (August 9, 2012) Finishing Well: Gideon Judges 8:22-35 Someone has defined “ambivalence” as watching your mother-in-law drive over a cliff…in
reFlectionary posts will be periodic reflections on readings, usually the Old Testament reading, from the Daily Office Lectionary, which forms the backbone of my devotional reading. Periodically, I offer a brief homily and serve at