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We're reading through the Psalms in a year. This week we are looking at Psalms 7-9.

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Sorry, Sold Out

By Timothy R. Butler | Jan 24, 2022 at 8:21 PM

As we think about joy in dark places, Paul turns to those who are actually preaching the Gospel with the aim of discrediting him. What do we do when people and circumstances seem to want to hurt us?

Songs for Our Temple (Week 4: Psalms 10-12)

By Jason Kettinger | Jan 23, 2022 at 10:50 PM

Join us as Jason Kettinger takes us through Psalms 10-12 in our new reading plan through the Psalms this year, “Songs for Our Temple.”

It's Always Darkest...

By Timothy R. Butler | Jan 17, 2022 at 11:18 AM

When things come crashing down and everything feels broken, how can we possibly think about “joy”? We turn to Paul’s letter to the Philippians to find out.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 3: Psalms 7-9)

By Jim Krenning | Jan 16, 2022 at 5:30 PM

Join us as Jim Krenning takes us through Psalms 7-9 in our new reading plan through the Psalms this year, “Songs for Our Temple.”

Wisdom Cries Out

By Brad Harris | Jan 12, 2022 at 9:54 PM

What does God’s wisdom tell us?

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“The Lord has established his throne in heaven; his kingdom extends over everything. Praise the Lord, you angels of his, you powerful warriors who carry out his decrees and obey his orders. Praise the Lord, all you warriors of his, you servants of his who carry out his desires. Praise the Lord, all that he has made, in all the regions of his kingdom. Praise the Lord, O my soul.”

Psalm 103:19-22 (NET)

Episode 19: On the Twelfth Day

The Zippy Crew returns as the Twelve Days of Christmas wrap up to think about the new year ahead of us. Jason and Tim talk about resolutions, Bible reading plans, the St. Louis Blues, the newest COVID wave and the arrival of the Magi in this packed episode to kick off 2022!

We Are All Going to Die

By Jason Kettinger | Jan 05, 2022 at 6:00 PM

We forget this all the time. Perhaps as we get older, we’re a little less oblivious and proud about it, but I don’t think we truly understand the fragility of our existence. Most people who start off essays like this have some sort of axe to grind; I don’t, at least not about this, but I was reminded by something I read.

Because of Christmas

By Timothy R. Butler | Dec 26, 2021 at 1:21 AM

During Advent, we all excitedly look towards celebrating Jesus’s birth. However, suddenly it is December 26 and the world resets to its ordinary preoccupations. That’s what is wonderful about observing the Twelve Days of Christmas: it helps us keep reflecting on God’s grace and the miracle of Christmas after the busyness of Christmas Day is past. Tim Butler has prepared a free devotional booklet for these next twelve days.

Christmas Has Changed

By Dennis E. Powell | Dec 22, 2021 at 6:45 PM

So. We’re three days from Christmas. These last couple of years the holiday, like everything else, has gotten a bit deflated as two presidents and a lot of medical bureaucrats, liking the feel of unexpected power, have succumbed to the irresistible compulsion to do something, whether it was advisable or not. The effects were troubling to some people more than they were to me, because for a number of years now I’ve enjoyed low-key Christmas celebrations.

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