Originally delivered on a Sunday at New Hope Chapel, Arnold MD, this talk was a team-teaching project with another of the teachers at New Hope Chapel, in a series on loneliness Continue reading Elijah, Lessons on Loneliness
This is good news for humankind, for we have been trying to appease angry gods for all of our recorded history. Continue reading Gospel of John: Three Concerns
Jesus was thirsty for water, and knew the woman at the well was thirsty for eternal life.
But. There is so . . . much . . . more to this story. You may be surprised by what the Greek reveals.
Continue reading Woman at the Well
God conditions us through heartache and confession to receive God’s encouragement and counsel. Continue reading A Time In Between: Part III
“It is a pleasure to endorse this series of Bible studies on thirty-two women of the Bible. May God’s blessing be on each one who picks up the Bible and is led by the series of questions to ask themselves … Continue reading Broken, Searching, Trusted, Powerful
Child of sorrow, child of rain,
There is no tomorrow, no more pain.
Turn your silvered sail toward the light.
Child of morning, child of night.
Child of Wonder – Eric Whitacre Continue reading Child of Wonder
So! What are you teaching? Or, for that matter, what are you studying, that you’d like to see some story and commentary on? Continue reading What Next?
In just a few short weeks, probably the beginning of May, we’ll finished reading Luke’s account of Paul’s ministry career. Luke wanted his friend Theophilus to have an accurate and reliable account of The Way’s beginnings. From the birth of … Continue reading As We Near the End of Acts
This week, I’m starting a new series from the Hebrew Bible (what many refer to as the “Old Testament”). I’ve long been fascinated with the poetry, imagery, and intensity of the prophets, and especially intrigued with the minor prophets–maybe because the only place I ever heard teaching on all twelve books was in the Bible study I used to be a part of. Continue reading The 12 Minor Prophets
I’m pretty much in the middle of Genesis and I’m starting in on the Acts of the Apostles–lots of people I know are studying that book right now, and it seems like a good idea to sort of be together … Continue reading New Schedule