Ephesians makes a case for theological reflection on the mysteries of life.
Before judging individuals for their sin, we should try to understand the forces of evil influencing them.
It took me decades to realize Psalm 23 isn’t exactly about Jesus.
The story's action words tell us a lot about power and who has it.
Read Tamar or Dinah's story with your church. Listen together for their cries.
Communion is not the only time we seek Jesus like a hungry baby.
According to Josephus, Herod Antipas desperately wanted to be called “king.”
People must have gasped when Jesus opened his mouth and said 'I am.'
Is this passage more than a cautionary tale about the tendency to stuff a suitcase to the gills?