Creation is a living masterpiece of God. It is full of life, beauty and vitality. And maybe one of God’s greatest creative expressions is a tree. They are the longest-lived of God’s creations. They are the lungs of the planet. They are a wonderous reminder that the good God does develops over decades, even centuries. Trees remind us of God’s unhurried way.
Recently, Gem and I had the opportunity to have a conversation with Dr. Matthew Sleeth about his book Reforesting...
The nature of Jesus and his grace is in His invitation to us; it is how He approaches us. But what invitation question does He ask to draw us to Him?
A common approach to living the Christian life is to focus on our own faith, our own practices, our own faithfulness. The emphasis in the story of scripture always begins with God—God’s great faithfulness, God’s mighty works, God’s generous grace. Today, we’ll talk about a key question Jesus asks in the gospels
How can the idea of sabbath and rest be subversive when it is built into the very fabric of God's beautiful creation? Join us this week as we look at the surprising power of rest.
Without giving too much away, here are four of of the nine questions A.J. and I discuss in this podcast.
1. A.J.'s book is entitled “Subversive Sabbath.” In what ways is Sabbath a subversive practice?
2. A.J., please share the story of your own experience of discovering and entering
into the gift of...