Category: Loving God
Christmas Family Advent Experience – Week Three
A Family Night Experience from Teaming Life with Robert & Pamela Crosby Theme for Week Three: JOY – Announcing Jesus Getting Ready for Your
Christmas Family Advent Experience – Week One
Keeping Christ in CHRISTmas with Your Kids Theme for Week One: HOPE – Searching for Jesus A Family Night Experience from Teaming Life with
Does God Have Favorites?
Jesus seemed to favor John. Somehow God playing favorites, however, doesn’t quite jibe with the theology I was raised on. The God I learned about
Theology and Waffles!
My daughter was excited. Driving home from work with dad several years ago, my 4-year-old was eager to tell me of her joy. “I’m so excited, Dad.
Lover or Theorist? – How You Read the Bible
How do you read your Bible – as a theorist or lover? First and foremost, as a student/scholar or a eager pursuer? Chris Webb, President of
The Emotional Jesus: His Ups & Downs
(From The Presence & The Power by Gerald Hawthorne, Wipf & Stock Publishers, 1991) “The Gospels … stress the fact that Jesus was indeed a
The Real Power of Leadership
Power. We are obsessed with it. Our lives are constantly affected by it. Our homes are vulnerable to it. And yes, our churches, businesses
Leading, the Following Way.
Jesus did not focus on leadership; certainly not the way many Christian pastors and teachers do today. In fact, I cannot find one place in all
A New Feature Film Coming in Dec. 2011 – “REAL!”
Check out the trailer for my nephew, Stephen Krist’s, first full-length feature film. It is coming out in December 2011. Stephen is 20
Your Story is Too Strong!
“All Jesus did that day was tell stories — a long storytelling afternoon.” -Matthew 13:34, The Message “There is no greater agony than bearing an
The Day Jesus Shouted
Many remember a time when Jesus stood silent before his accusers; but there was another time, much less remembered, when he actually SHOUTED. He
Living Life From the Soul
“…the Lord God formed the man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, …and the man