Hope you’re having a blessed Advent!
Light two candles (if you don’t have them yet, they have cool minimalist candles at IKEA*), read some cool Bible verses, and eat some fair trade chocolate. Enjoy.
Devotions in paper form
2017 Advent Devotions
*We are NOT sponsored by IKEA, but we’re open to it!
It’s the beginning of it all, y’all!
Locusts! Wild honey! And TWO words for prepare. Don’t say I never tell you anything interesting.
The first of a series of weekly devotions for the four week of Advent, which is
(the season BEFORE Christmas!).
Have you ever wanted to learn the word for “rooster crowing” in Greek? ME TOO!
It is GIVING TUESDAY, and I’m not asking for money…but I am asking you to share this podcast with someone who might enjoy it! I am thinking about giving it its own site so that it can be more easily found by a podcast search engine, so let me know what you think, and how you are using it in your ministry or daily life. Thank you for listening!
In this text, AKA the ten lepers (or the ten leopards if you’re a 6-year-old friend of mine), all kinds of healing are discussed, and Jesus is thanked by one. The text is Luke 17:11-19. Enjoy.
You won’t BELIEVE what they say when the cameras are off!
(This picture is not an accurate representation of our lives, or the lives of anyone we know. Also, please don’t wear this outfit, EVER.)
We, seriously, talk about how we see managing money and asking for it, which we call “stewardship.” Enjoy!
Did y’all (humin) know there was a Parthenon in Nashville? Just one more fun fact to be found on Greek for the Week. Enjoy.
These readings for All Saints (not the regular RCL, which I guess is a thing?) include all KINDS of crazy words, including a word study on “makaroi” (Blessed) that can be found
here. Enjoy and I hope it’s helpful!
A nice short gospel for us that has insults galore. Passive aggressive much, hypocrites?