The story in Luke 15 is subtitled “The Parable of the Lost Son” in the NIV, and “The Prodigal Son” in the NASB. We’ve commonly taught this passage emphasizing that we are the lost...
More and more I’m convinced that God is not in the business of covering up our past or our mistakes, but making us wholly new.
I don’t know what you think of when you think of Thanksgiving… maybe you think of turkey, pilgrims, parades, football, candy corn, or cranberry jelly. Whatever your favorite part is, Colossians 3:15-27, tells us there’s more to be thankful for.
“Last time I did this, I got stuck,” the high school sophomore told me as he prepared to climb the wooden ladder into our ropes course. “It took me half an hour to get down… but I’m not going to let that stop me today.”
I wandered, and I wondered. And along the way I’ve had some amazing experiences; I’ve seen God’s provision from day one.