Honesty and Community: A Conversation with David Taylor and Jason Gray

it was a privilege to capture this timely conversation with author and scholar, W. David O. Taylor and singer-songwriter Jason Gray, as they meet for the first time to explore the topics of Honesty and Community in their recent works. Together, David and Jason blaze a trail for us to find peace during this time of emotional and cultural turmoil. They are trusted guides as we navigate this season, and show us how it can ultimately lead us into deeper unity, trust, intimacy and delight with our Lord, Jesus Christ. … More Honesty and Community: A Conversation with David Taylor and Jason Gray

A Witness…God Caring for His Church

So often my work is done quietly, behind the scenes, and that’s where I’ve found to have the best view, a front row seat, to watching the Lord at work. I’d like to brag on the Lord a little bit this morning, and share with you how I saw him caring for his church yesterday. I know many pastors, writers, artists, and speakers have been riding the waves of discouragement and adjustments this past year. Let this bring you hope and encourage you to hang in there. In spite of all of the turmoil of this season, God is still busy in our midst. This was refreshing to see… … More A Witness…God Caring for His Church

This is Grace.

This is Grace Manor, an old home in north Minneapolis. I wonder what these old walls would say, if they could talk…how they would witness to God’s Grace. For the last 15 years or so, Grace Manor has been a temporary home to women recovering from addiction through Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge’s long-term treatment … More This is Grace.

Not Guilty

Vulnerability was God’s idea. Think of yourselves the way Christ Jesus thought of himself. He had equal status with God but didn’t think so much of himself that he had to cling to the advantages of that status no matter what. Not at all. When the time came, he set aside the privileges of deity … More Not Guilty