Detecting Our Identity

“Tea without sugar is just vegetable soup.” –Lance I recently came across a British television series called “The Detectorists.”  The above quote is evidence of the quirky, dry delivery of so much of English humor.  And the rest of the show isn’t any different.  In...

The Happy Ending Rule

This Sunday we will wrap up a sermon series called “Storyline” in which we have explored how the narrative of our lives intersects with God’s story and helps to move the plot along. You can get caught up on the entire series here. This series has challenged me to take...

Can Jesus be found in Road Rage?

It has been said that Texans loose their minds at the first sight of snow or ice.  I have agreed that there is some truth to this, but have also tried to defend us, arguing this is really an exaggeration.  However, after being a witness to the events of last Friday I...

Sharing Your Story: Not a Resolution

If you want to get to know someone, you have to invest time with that person. Some of the most beautiful relationships we can think of have been forged over long periods, like a couple celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary, friends who met in diapers and served...
T.G.I…W?!

T.G.I…W?!

Last night we celebrated our annual “Thanksgiving Fiesta” as a part of our weekly Wild Wednesday ministry. As you may know, each Wednesday, children, youth and adults from around our congregation and community gather on our campus for a variety of purposes. Adults...
Freedom from sin

Freedom from sin

This week, as we mark Veteran’s Day on November 11th, we take the opportunity to look at the Biblical theme of “Sin and Freedom” in our Sunday worship service. It’s a theme which, beginning in Genesis and ending in the book of Revelation, deals with the bondage we...