Missing the main point

I was thinking recently and reflecting about a passage in John 6 that I hadn’t really paid much attention to before and how it can relate to us today. Our pastor is a very thorough expositor of the Bible, so I often notice things I had missed before. We know the story of the feeding […]

Economics Faith

Outreach and separation

Reading the books of Ezra and Nehemiah, it is very evident that God chose His people to be separated. Jesus refers to His people as a city set upon a hill (Matthew 5:14), so it’s obvious that He wants His people to be known and to be examples to those around Him. In John 17, […]

Faith Politics

The priesthood of the believer and the dignity of work

I am a Christian who believes in the priesthood of all believers. By trade, I work in the employment business, and I place many people in what are often considered thankless and mundane jobs. So labor and work are matters that are of interest to me. So I was especially interested as I recently was […]