Every year, the teaching and ruler elders of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) come together for their annual General Assembly. Much like many governing bodies, the PCA functions on the idea that a majority of people will come to the best decisions – a kind of “safety in numbers” type of thinking – hopeful… Continue reading on why the PCA’s General Assembly should be the epitome of kingdom come
I think forgiving is a habit. I think that the point of the “70 times 7” saying is that Jesus knew the more we do it, the closer it becomes to habit. He knows our hearts. He knows the habits our hearts form. He knows that we have a habit of being bitter, angry, begrudging,… Continue reading is your forgive button ready?
I didn’t grow up with Lent. I had a lot of lint, but no Lent. Kidding aside, it was always a bit of a mystery to this conservative baptist girl when friends at school would show up with dirt on their foreheads and say stuff like I can’t have meat because it’s Friday. That made… Continue reading lent: are you doing it wrong?
There’s this thing called zipper merge. It’s a thing. Google that sucker. It will then proceed to try to educate you on how to correctly and most efficiently merge during high volume traffic when a lane is closing ahead. It will try to tell you that it is actually the suggested traffic pattern. It will… Continue reading on zipper merges, arrogant jerkfaces, and other relevant conversations
You probably have heard it before. If you’re a church staffer or a musician, pastor, or have spent any amount of time in and around churches, you’ve heard the analogy that Easter is like the Super Bowl. You may have been someone who cringes at said analogy because either you really hate football and it’s… Continue reading the Easter is our Super Bowl analogy