PSALM 73: Strength & Portion

"Nevertheless, I am continually with you; you hold my right hand. You guide me with your counsel, and afterward you will receive me to glory. Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you. My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. For behold, … Continue reading PSALM 73: Strength & Portion

A STATEMENT ON THE SHOOTING AT THE TREE OF LIFE CONGREGATION SYNAGOGUE IN PITTSBURGH, PA

*** Below is a statement I drafted that was signed and submitted to our church.     Veritas City Church, It is with a heavy heart that your pastors issue this statement on behalf of our church: With each passing tragedy, let it not be so that our hearts grow immune to the evil that … Continue reading A STATEMENT ON THE SHOOTING AT THE TREE OF LIFE CONGREGATION SYNAGOGUE IN PITTSBURGH, PA

Table Talk: Intentional Questions for Engaging Your Neighbors

Busy. One startling reality about the world we live in is that majority of people will live their lives entirely in what we might call the tyranny of the urgent. In other words, what governs our lives is not necessarily what we would like to do or even what we need to do; instead, what … Continue reading Table Talk: Intentional Questions for Engaging Your Neighbors

Book Review: Mission in the Old Testament

Walter Kaiser is an Old Testament scholar who has a distinguished career in research and writing in the concentration of Old Testament Theology. As a well-published author and sought-after scholar of the Old Testament, his insight into the subject of mission in the Old Testament comes from decades of labor over the text. Kaiser served … Continue reading Book Review: Mission in the Old Testament