Cornerstone

March 10, 2020

The Transfiguration

Lent Week 2: The Transfiguration

“They felt the inescapable heat of the light on their skin, but dared not move, paralyzed by the majesty before them.”

March 5, 2020

The Temptation in the Wilderness

Lent Week 1: The Temptation in the Wilderness

“Jesus looked out upon the brokenness of those he loved, and saw deep in the souls of the image-bearers a need so desperate that it pierced his heart deeply.”

February 27, 2020

Learning Lament, Part 4

Part 4: Adoration in Lament

“The deeper the pit from which we made our cries of lament, the deeper, longer, wider, and more intimate our fellowship with Christ.”

February 20, 2020

Learning Lament, Part 3

Part 3: Confession in Lament

“...suffering will always reveal our need, lack, and/or unbelief that is best responded to with some kind of confession. ”

February 13, 2020

Learning Lament, Part 2

Part 2: Deep Faith in Deep Darkness

“As Christians, we are not expected to always have an encouraging resolution. Sometimes life hurts so thoroughly we cannot see through the thick fog of our suffering.”

February 11, 2020

Insights from my Jigsaw Puzzle

“Our plodding towards the day He returns may feel as impossible as a gigantic puzzle...Remember that Christ is the author and finisher of your faith.”

February 6, 2020

Learning Lament, Part 1

Part 1: Introducing Lament

“Lament to God offers...a safe place to let out your hurts, wrongs, and anxieties into hands that heal.”

February 4, 2020

The Year My Son Became a Man, Part 4

Part 4: A New Year

“We’re not trying to rush him to grow up. We’re just trying to do the best we can (as fallen and finite parents) to prepare him for the journey toward adulthood...”

January 30, 2020

Take Time to Listen, Take Time to Weep

“...It’s a difficult feeling to bear when people see you as a problem or threat and that you don’t belong in a specific location based off of what you look like.”

January 28, 2020

The Year My Son Became a Man, Part 3

Part 3: A Year of Discipleship

“Just because the bulk of what your kids will learn from you will be essentially unintentional, doesn’t mean there’s no place for intentional, structured teaching and discipleship.”