Monthly Archives: March 2011
A quick overview of Job 14:1-9;13-17. (14:1-9) As Job is feeling the crippling weight of his circumstance, he begins to yield to despair. Humanities existence is futile and full of torment(v1). Our glory is in an instant, come and gone(v2). Why, if … Continue reading
Many people are impatient with Theology. They regard Theology as utterly abstract and useless in almost every way. Theology, they assume, has to do with rigid detail and academic agendas. But help people? give hope to people? even save people? … Continue reading
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind; that by testing you may discern what is the will of God… what is good and acceptable and perfect.” (Romans 12:2) What you believe … Continue reading
You don’t have to be Catholic to appreciate the Lenten season. Today is Ash Wednesday. Originating in the fourth century of the church, the season of Lent spans 40 weekdays beginning on Ash Wednesday and climaxing during the Holy Week with Holy … Continue reading
A few days ago many of you may have received an email from me advertising an unbelievable offer on a new iPhone 4. If you chuckled and deleted it, good job. As for the rest of you, I am sorry. It … Continue reading
The lives that we admire tend to be those that give everything they have for the cause of their mission.
Driven by a living hope, despite weariness and exhaustion they fight and persevere until the very end. Loss does not divert their attention, neither do obstacles stumble their stride. Their eyes are fixed on a reward that isn’t measured by ability but … Continue reading