A condensed version of this article has also appeared on 1517. Normally, 1 Kings 19 is read in such a way that Elijah, the Lord’s prophet, appears to b…
My little rascals.Got to enjoy some time outdoors (before it poured) today with these two rascals.
My better half.Today is my beautiful bride’s birthday! I’m so glad I get to celebrate her! She’s pretty much amazing in every single way. She’s has an incandes…
What makes a gospel sermon a “gospel sermon”? That might seem like a silly inquiry to make but it actually isn’t, especially considering the state of t…
Philippians 2:12–18 / October 10, 2021 / Stonington Baptist Church, Paxinos, PA
My bionic knee.It’s hard to believe that it has already been over a year since I underwent total knee replacement surgery. Today, I had a one-year check-up wit…
I have often thought that among the many pitfalls churchgoers can fall into, one of the of the gravest and subtlest is over-complicating the “faith whi…
1 Kings 21:1–29 / October 10, 2021 / Stonington Baptist Church, Paxinos, PA
We now find ourselves at the titular moment of 1 Kings. Perhaps when you first read of the prophet Elijah in chapter 17, your mind skipped ahead to thi…
So, I really thought I would be able to share an update this week announcing the birth of my daughter, Bailey! But, alas, she’s deciding to stay in mom…
Dynamic duo.They really are a dynamic duo! We had a blast at Rohrbach’s Farm a few days ago. These two were eating up all the sights and sounds!
Philippians 2:9–11 / October 3, 2021 / Stonington Baptist Church, Paxinos, PA