Monthly Archives: March 2020

[RadCast] It's Not Too Good to be True :::

A Samaritan woman with a reputation ends up everybody around her about Jesus, saying “he knows everything I ever did,” yet she still feels accepted, valued, loved. People believed & were changed — all because of a conversation at a … Continue reading

Posted in radcast

Mourning

I can’t begin to tell you how badly I wanted to wake my kids up, fill them with bacon and eggs, and push them out the door to school this morning. No, not because they’re driving me bonkers, but because … Continue reading

Posted in Essay, Uncategorized

[RadCast] Jesus Isn’t Causing This ::: Jesus and a Samaritan woman have a clarifying conversation for our ears today — He simply says “It’s me” as she slowly realizes… (John 4:19-20, 25-26) http://www.radamdavidson.com

Posted in radcast

[RadCast] Busted Down a Peg :::

Nicodemus thinks he’s got it figured out. Jesus shows him otherwise. A perfect conversation for Lent (John 3:9-12).

Posted in radcast

[RadCast] Respect is Not Enough :::

Nicodemus had respect for his role on the High Council and for Jesus, this trouble making yet powerful Rabbi. Nic found a safe way to keep both parties happy. What does this teach us about following Jesus in light of … Continue reading

Posted in radcast

[RadCast] Sin (us) and Grace (God) :::

Lent is a time of reflection, repentance, and renewal. Unconfessed sin is a heavy weight that slows us down. God does not exist to make us feel bad — rather, He wants to set us free from the guilt of … Continue reading

Posted in lectionary, lent, radcast