A cursory search for the etymology of the word wonderful shows it is derived from two words. The words “wonder” and the word “full”. This should not be surprising. But what is interesting is that the word wonder is an old word describing something that is miraculous or astonishing. Therefore, when we say that something is wonderful we are describing the quality of the object … Continue reading Lent 2022 | Day 22: Wonderful
Every Sunday in Lent gives us an opportunity to look back over where we have been in the previous week. Throughout this series, each Sunday will focus on a particular aspect of the grace of God. It can be easy for us to think about God’s grace, and think that we understand it. The truth is God’s grace is always more profound than we can … Continue reading Lent 2022 | 2nd Sunday in Lent: Celebrate!
When we look at obedience as a chore we can’t see how it produces in us the very things we want to see. Continue reading Lent 2019 | Day 17: The Wonder of Obedience
The reality is that the more we enjoy God’s presence the closer we will be. Our enjoyment of God points to the undeniable power of relationship. Continue reading Lent 2018 | Day #11: Wonder
I came across this video and was struck by the startling struggle that those who do not have a faith orientation have in trying to describe realities of life that are sublime and spiritual. When faith is not the ground of those realities that are non-material and yet undeniable real our language betrays us. Take the time to watch this and listen to the wonder, … Continue reading What is “The Overview Effect?”