Reopening The Church

What reopening our church is like  June 7 of this year, we opened after shutting our doors for ten weeks! The 2020 Coronavirus closed the church doors longer than anything I’ve seen in my lifetime! Looking forward, the experts say the virus might shut us down again. The thought of shutting our doors again saddens... Continue Reading →

Elon Musk

Elon Musk is changing how the world views space travel, electric cars, tunnels and more. Recently I watched Elon Musk in an interview about his new Starship. In this interview, he had a few points.  First of all, the most important thing to do is to ask the right question. Whether it’s building a rocket... Continue Reading →

Responding to the cultural chaos

This morning I'm trying to respond to the chaos in the world around me. Black men and women around the United States are furious about how the culture has systematically mistreated them. This discussion is nothing new. Yet even though we have protests and more every few years, things don't seem to change much. Systematic... Continue Reading →

George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery

George Floyd was taken into custody outside a store and killed because he might have matched the description of someone with a warrant. Ahmaud was taken at gunpoint while running by two men and shot because he might have matched the appearance of someone with a warrant. Police officers and former police officers killed George... Continue Reading →

Busyness is Meaningless

“Busyness is meaningless, what matters is doing things that matter” -Cal Newport I read this quote several days ago, and it stopped me in my tracks.  I often measure the quality of my days by how actively I worked throughout the whole day. I feel proud of the day I can recall a long list... Continue Reading →

Living as a Christian During the Pandemic

How do we live well as Christians in our world? Ironically we’ve always asked this question, but today it feels new and radical. Jesus called us to Love God with our heart, soul, and mind and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Coronavirus hasn’t limited our access to God at all. Through the internet and... Continue Reading →

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