Moses’s Five Reasons Why Not and God’s Five Assurances

As I prepare for yet another opportunity to deliver God’s message, I am tempted again to fixate on my inadequacies. How ironic that the first message I ever delivered in front of my fellow Christian Education classmates was on Moses's call (Exodus 3–4) and his focus on “I am not” rather than “you are God.”

With All the Saints

I started this study of Paul's prayer because I wanted to explore his description of Christ's love. Finally, I have reached it. And I pray that you, being rooted and grounded in love, may have power, together with all the Lord's holy people (the saints), to grasp how wide and long and high and deep … Continue reading With All the Saints

Rocks

The beach of Budva, Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea, left me breathless. Not a coral beach with shells and crabs like I am used to, but a beach composed of and covered in rocks. Rocks of such diversity and color. Black, brown, green, white, terra cotta, grey, lavender, and cream rocks. Lined, speckled, sparkly, rough, … Continue reading Rocks