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A sermon preached at McCormick Theological Seminary on 9/18/13. Based on Luke 16: 1-13… Jesus also said to the disciples, “A certain rich man heard that his household manager was wasting his estate. 2 He called the manager in and said to him, … Continue reading
Forgiveness Reconciliation Love From Paul to Philemon From God’s servant to a human master From a concerned heart to a hesitant brother From Paul to Philemon A letter An offering Of Self, Sacrifice, Sacredness Friend Advocate Partner Offering of money? … Continue reading
On Halloween, I find it appropriate to lay out one of my fears — get it out there so I can just deal with it already. Spirituality scares me. Of course, I’m not supposed to be saying this. I’ve considered … Continue reading
Every Tuesday night, I have the privilege of being the educational assistant for the Pilgrimage into Faithfulness (PIF) class at the seminary I attend. This class is required of all first year students and touches on key issues of faith as they are assimilating … Continue reading
Seminary doesn’t always play nice. When I see people that I haven’t seen in awhile (which is most people at this point because free time seems to no longer exist in my world) … they always ask how school is … Continue reading
Did you decipher the code in the title?? Check out my latest guest post for McCormick Seminary’s The CURE Blog! I’m disclosing some of our mission trip secrets from our trip to New Orleans in January!