Sermon from January 10, 2021: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeB18NVAQaE&feature=youtu.be “He proclaimed, ‘The one who is more powerful than I is coming after me; I am not worthy to stoop down and untie the thong of his sandals. I have baptized you with water; but he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit.’ In those days Jesus came from … Continue reading Epiphany week.
This was the sermon/teaching that was originally delivered on January 3rd, 2021: Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com “Hear the word of the LORD, O nations and declare it in the coastlands far away; say, ‘He who scattered Israel will gather him, as a shepherd a flock.” (Jeremiah 31:10) Hello, grace and peace to you my … Continue reading “There is no person, no place, that is absent from the presence of God.”
Spiritual memoirs are not something that normally catch my eye. Not because I don't find them interesting, I'm just a nerd that reads theology textbooks for fun. However, when I found out Stina Kielsmeier-Cook had one coming out I immediately jumped on that bandwagon. I have been following her on social media for a little … Continue reading Blessed are the Nones
https://evangebros.podbean.com/e/acts-3-a-field-guide-for-overthrowing-empire-and-oppression/ For the past few weeks Don and I have been going through the book of Acts. The lens in which we've approached it (as laid out in the title of this post) is how we can use it as a guide to overthrow empire and oppression. But there is something that makes this week … Continue reading Acts 03: A Field Guide for Overthrowing Empire and Oppression
This week on #evangebros we start in chapter one of Acts. I would say we spend quite a bit of time talking about the Spirit of God, and laying a bit of groundwork for chapter two. While I am not sure that'll always be the case, I can imagine that chapters where a lot happens … Continue reading Acts 1
In this weeks episode of #evangebros Don and I discuss the book of Acts. We are starting a new series where we will go through the book, a chapter at a time looking at it in the lens of a field guide for overthrowing empire and oppression. However, before we jump right into that, there … Continue reading Laying the Groundwork
I have been silent on here for a while. The year started with some bad news for my wife and I, and I didn't have the heart to write. Then I thought of a series for Lent, but we found out we were going to have to move from Columbus to Northwest Ohio. Then a … Continue reading Forward.
This week a new Evangebros episode dropped. We've been back for a few weeks but this one I want to highlight on here. My co-host Don was present for the protests in Toledo this past Saturday, and we discuss it. He asked me to gather some quotes, memes, etc on the protests/riots and discuss them. … Continue reading Praying with your Feet
Photo by Milagros Guemes on Pexels.com In those days John the Baptist came, preaching in the wilderness of Judea and saying, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has come near.” This is he who was spoken of through the prophet Isaiah: “A voice of one calling in the wilderness,‘Prepare the way for the Lord, make straight paths for him.’” John’s clothes … Continue reading Advent: Love
The church frequently reports extraordinary things, and sometimes they are exaggerated beyond the truth and become ludicrous. Therefore, I advise you not to accuse your brother Roricus unjustly in your heart, and not to move beyond the bounds in speaking depraved words about him. God knows that you do not act rightly in this matter. … Continue reading “…sometimes they are exaggerated beyond the truth and become ludicrous.”