Monthly Archives: March 2018

[RadCast] (John 19:16-24, Galatians 2:20)

The soldiers “took charge of Jesus” and found themselves fulfilling scripture in the process. Even when it looks like evil has the upper hand, God’s plan is being fulfilled. Never never never wonder if the darkness is too dark. Light … Continue reading

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[RadCast] John 13 // Maundy Thursday

Jesus flips over tables both literal and figurative. He flattens the org chart and says, simply, “love one another.” Servanthood is the way of the King on His way to the cross. It should be the same for those who … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Hebrews 12:1-3 // The Wednesday Sabbath

Wednesday is a relatively quiet day in Holy Week, a quiet before the storm. Take 3 minutes to get the right perspective as we head into Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Resurrection Sunday.

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[RadCast] Matthew 22:15-22

Jesus can’t be manipulated by Pharisees, nor can He be managed by me. This is the good news and challenge of Lent.

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[RadCast] Luke 19:45-48 // Holy Week Monday: Push the Pharisees out of the Temple of my Heart

Why do Pharisees want to kill Jesus? Because they challenge their status quo. Status quo has nothing to do with the justice and freedom of the gospel, rather, it’s about control and manageable discontent. No wonder Jesus pushes them out, … Continue reading

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[RadCast] John 12:12-16 // Disciples grow, Jesus clarifies.

Palm Sunday is so much more than branches and Hosannas. John 12:16 reminds us that the first disciples had room to grow. The risen Jesus clarifies our understanding of everything — He is, after all, the Light of the world. … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Jesus Reclines // Mark 14:3, 18

Isaiah 50:7 says “Because the Sovereign Lord helps me, I will not be disgraced. Therefore I have set my face like flint, and I know I will not be put to shame.” Watch how Jesus lives out this truth in … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Philippians 2:5-8

Jesus said that the greatest among you will be your servant. It stands to reason, then, that Jesus, who truly is the greatest among us should also be the greatest example of servanthood. Example for who? Me.

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[RadCast] Colt Library (Matthew 11:1-6)

    [RadCast] Colt Library (Matthew 11:1-6) and the time I bought an unneeded 5/16″ socket. As it turns out, it all belongs to Him, so don’t be surprised if God wants to use an existing resource rather than conjure … Continue reading

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Every time I’ve gotten pulled over, it’s been for speeding. When the officer asked me how fast I was going, I could honestly say that I simply wasn’t paying attention. In much the same way, we can become inattentive to … Continue reading

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