The Gospel In Romans: I Am Humbled And Invictus Is Dead

The Gospel In Romans: I Am Humbled And Invictus Is Dead

In 1888, the English poet, William Ernest Henley, published a poem that has been hailed as a literary monument to human pride, achievement, and perseverance. You’ve probably heard and maybe even studied the acclaimed “Invictus” in your English class. It reads, Out of...
The Gospel In Romans: A Few Thoughts For The Good People

The Gospel In Romans: A Few Thoughts For The Good People

  I make my bed every morning and my laundry is nice and neat. I put away dishes for my mom even though I didn’t dirty them. I pick up my niece once a week and take her to school. I smile and wave people in front of my while I’m driving, even when I don’t have to. I...
Sometimes I’m Disappointed In Jesus, How About You?

Sometimes I’m Disappointed In Jesus, How About You?

  A girl falls asleep, phone in hand, lulled into her dreams by the past 30 minutes spent on Pinterest planning her dream home. If only she could create that space to live and work in, she would thrive. A husband throws his pencil down on his desk in frustration....
The Gospel In Romans: Our One True Hope

The Gospel In Romans: Our One True Hope

  Empires have risen up on it. Ideas are sparked by it. Lives are motivated by it. And every human being gets up in the morning because of it. Hope. You and I are driven, at the core of our beings, by some kind of hope. Where our hope lies may differ, but each of us...
The Gospel In Romans: An Ironic Introduction

The Gospel In Romans: An Ironic Introduction

The Gospel In Romans – It Starts With The Author “Paul, a servant of Christ Jesus…” With five seemingly simple words, the Apostle Paul begins his letter to the Roman church. Most people who have any familiarity with Christianity have heard of the great...