This Sunday we talked about Zacchaeus who was curious about Jesus. Who knows why? Maybe he wanted to […]
It must have been hot and muggy that afternoon, walking down to the river Jordan. Dirt scratching between their toes and thirst cracking their sunburnt lips. The tour guide raised his toasted arm again over the heads of the crowd, to direct the exhausted stragglers on the right path. A few older women sat down on a rock, complaining about how long this was taking, and what else they should have done this morning.
By Joel A. Hess – Another shooting. More pontificating. Along with the hopeless, Christians scurry to draw lines […]
By Joel A. Hess – There was some one thing that was too great for God to show […]
By Jaime Nava – I saw a video recently on YouTube that turned out to be a series. […]