As a dad of 3 curious children, these faith films offer great pathways into discussions about Easter and the story of Jesus. This past week we enjoyed two in particular that I thought I would recommend to others.
This Easter we explore Resurrection through the lenses of the Jonah story and hear a sermon we’ll not soon forget, “Resurrection Vomit.”
What might we be missing when we jump from Good Friday to Easter Sunday? What happened on Holy Saturday?
Like Jonah’s experience in the belly, the past year can be summed up as “Dark, Cramped, & Stinky.” This Good Friday let us join Jonah in the belly of the fish, to imaginatively enter into his experience and ponder his prayer from the depths. And anticipate Resurrection!
I’m pulling out of the vault and dusting off some old Holy Week “greatest hits” I’ve written, and excited to release today a new audio dramatization of my “Tale of the Cursed Fig Tree.” What if the fig tree Jesus cursed could tell his side of the story? […]
This year Ash Wednesday felt even darker than other years. A service that ends with ashes smeared on your forehead with the words, “From the dust you came, and to dust you shall return,” is always a bit of a downer. But our mortality feels a bit more […]
“It came without bonnets, it came without bunnies, It came without egg hunts, cantatas, or money.”
“Who will roll the stone?” WATCH this special Easter worship experience.
We don’t need to wait until our final hours to place our life and death into God’s hands.
Here’s the good news for weak and well-intentioned “quitters” like you and me: God will never quit on us!
The one who obeyed God died with thirst on his lips because we obeyed our thirst instead of God.