Borrowing from the Old Testament narratives, Tammy Perlmutter wonders aloud about how we lose ourselves… and how we might be found again.
Beth Nicholls dives into two very different Old Testament tales, and comes out with interesting connections.
Jezebel didn’t like Elijah much, notes Heather Stahnke. And her threats drive the prophet to run in fear. What can that ancient tale tell us today?
What Moses’ journey, leading Israel into the wilderness at God’s command, has to say to us now. Max Cepero, of the Evangelical Covenant Church in Anchorage, Alaska, hunts for clues.
Where is the joy? And why is joy so hard to hold onto?
A deeply felt, directly communicated perspective on two New Testament healing stories.
Tabitha (also called Dorcas) was raised from the dead by Jesus. She’s described as a beloved disciple… but why? Small, simple actions often have far-reaching consequences.
Deb Strahan faces off with the fear of future and reminds us Who is not only watching, but involved.
Donn Engebretson, Vice President Emeritus of the Evangelical Covenant Church, offered us the perfect Father’s Day message — one that dealt with both pain and gratitude and was charged with encouragement.
Neil begins slowly, working from the Church Calendar to build a thoughtful message on the supernatural events of Pentecost and the Holy Spirit’s powerful purposes. A meaty message leaving one hungry for God.
Rooted in Paul’s message of joy in Philippians 2, a message preached from a prison cell where Paul was in chains, Dave Coleman finds just what the heart of that joy is about.
Tina explores Paul’s introduction to the Book of Philippians, focusing (among other things) on his joy regarding the Gospel being preached… no matter the motives of those doing the preaching.