I love the “aha!” moments in life. As I was sitting in my office this rainy, Friday morning, putting the finishing touches on this week’s sermon, I had one of those moments. My text this week includes the famed “golden rule” of Jesus found in Matthew 7:12, “In everything, therefore, treat people in the same … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2009
I hate to lose. No, I really, REALLY hate to lose. I also hate watching my teams lose. I am a huge Nebraska Cornhuskers fan. For those not familiar with the history of college football, you would be hard-pressed to find a team with a deeper heritage, a better history of success or a more … Continue reading
Here I Am!
For the most part, my children have never experienced a high-school football game. For the last several years I worked with a small private school in Maryland that did not have a football team. As a result, this corner of American culture was left unexplored by my children, until a couple of weeks ago. I … Continue reading
What Happened to Biblical Preaching?
I’m a huge fan of podcasts. I download several every week of different preachers that I enjoy listening to, and as I drive around or work in the office, I plug in my ipod and enjoy a good sermon (hey, us preachers need to be fed too!) Recently, however, I noticed something. Several (not all) … Continue reading