Drawing a Crowd

Drawing a Crowd

As the Table – Dublin is getting off the ground, I wanted to repost some of what I’ve written over the past few years…specifically regarding church planting. I’d love to get your thoughts. ::originally posted 18 December 2018:: David Fitch shared a post over...
Amazing

Amazing

One of the verses that had a huge impact on how I saw discipleship was a passage in Luke chapter 7. It is the story where the centurion sends someone to Jesus asking Jesus to heal his servant. And at the end of the story, Jesus is Amazed by the centurion’s faith and...

Voting for Jesus

Confession time. Sometimes a situation arises and my brain kicks into problem-solving mode. Occasionally that can be positive. I’m learning more and more that when the “something that happens” is a person, seeing them as a problem to solve is a mindset I need to give...

5 Costly Mistakes of Judging Those Who Suffer

Who is to blame? Who sinned, this man or his parents? You may remember the story. Jesus and his disciples are walking along and see a man who was blind. In fact he had been blind from birth. So they ask Jesus “Whose fault is it that this person is blind?” “Did his...

thinking about sundays

I have had a weird relationship with Sunday church services for a while. Up until the last couple of years in Ithaca, an ever-increasing amount of energy, effort and people-hours went into putting on the Sunday morning worship gathering. And we got pretty good at it....