21st Century Hymns

One of the benefits of setting up the PowerPoint for worship on Sunday is you often have to type the words to the songs into the computer. I have often found a profound sermon hidden in the words of a hymn we will sing (often more profound than the sermon I was going to preach). … Continue reading 21st Century Hymns

The Most Subversive Protest Yet

I wrote a couple of weeks ago about the gospel on display in Egypt. Christian churches were bombed by terrorists and the 90% of Egypt's population that is Muslim expressed their outrage by attending Christian Mass on Eastern Orthodox Christmas Day (Jan 7) to keep extremists from bombing again. I read today that on last … Continue reading The Most Subversive Protest Yet


A couple of months ago I was reading 2 Kings 22 about young King Josiah.  He became king when he was just eight years old and he didn't exactly grow up in a 'Christian' home.  His dad Amon and Grandpa Manasseh were among the most wicked kings to ever rule Judah. He started a renovation … Continue reading Revival