Join us tonight at 7 pm (Central) for the FaithTree Online Men's Bible Study. We meet via video conference every Thursday and would love to have you!
The Psalminizers — Jason, Melanie, Jim and Tim — take us through an introduction to Psalm 119 as we reach the longest of the Psalms. We’ll begin to read it this week and then continue to explore it for the next several weeks.
Jason and Tim take us through Psalms 115-118 in a special “Zippy the Wonder Snail” edition of Songs for Our Temple as we continue our one year journey through these songs praising God and applying His truth to our lives.
“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.”
The Boys are back with a special episode focused entirely on Psalms 115-118 as they combine their efforts in a Psalms reading devotional series this year with Zippy to create the first ever “Zippy mashup” and first video podcast. Join them as they look at four particularly encouraging and joyful Psalms.
It was beautiful. It was sweet-smelling. It was deadly. For quite some time, I had ignored lovely, white-flowered vine that had begun to entwine its way around my backyard fence. Gardening has never been a hobby of mine. In contrast to my mother —- who has been known to happily steward anything from ferns to palm trees, bringing them tenderly back from the brink of death and into lush contentment —- my thumbs have always been decidedly mahogany.
A friend recently asked me to chime in on a Twitter conversation in which someone was asserting that Jesus’s disciples did not die over their belief in the Resurrection. Sometimes Twitter arguments can be completely useless, but this one seemed to include some genuine discussion and, as obscure as arguing over why someone died millennia ago may seem, in this case, it means quite a lot.
I see it on the faces of everyone I talk to. The war wearied look of two years and three months since life changed. As we peer into a fall in which COVID continues to roar along and many I know who had dodged it are now catching it, life-February-2020-style feels more distant than ever.