Lent 2022 | Day 30: Forgiveness

Of the many character qualities we as Christians should cultivate, forgiveness may be one of the more difficult ones. Forgiveness is the act we perform toward another when we have been wronged. But when we are the victim of injustice it is difficult for us to let go of the desire for vengeance. This desire is natural and one could say expected. The problem with … Continue reading Lent 2022 | Day 30: Forgiveness

Good Advice for Conflict Resolution

I found this referenced in a short letter from a minister to the Archbishop of Canterbury regarding how to come to a resolution to an ongoing issue in the Church of England. I was able to find the full book online. It is an interesting take on how Paul addressed the many and varied issues for which he was asked about for counsel. This is … Continue reading Good Advice for Conflict Resolution

Book Review | “The Bishop of Rwanda”

DISCLAIMER: While I understand that this is one man’s retelling of the events, I will engage and comment based on the good faith effort of the author to represent the events he related. There are few times that I can remember when I have read a book and been moved by its content. The Bishop of Rwanda by Bishop John Rucyahana is one of those … Continue reading Book Review | “The Bishop of Rwanda”

Romans Series (Pt. 22) – Romans 5:9-11

We Have Life! (5:9-11) Paul shares with us another benefit of being in relationship with Christ. We are declared righteous by the blood of Jesus.  This is an amazing truth.  Not only is God’s wrath no longer sitting on us, but we been given access to God our Father because of Jesus righteousness [2 Corinthians 5:21]. The reality that Christ’s death and life has given … Continue reading Romans Series (Pt. 22) – Romans 5:9-11