Waiting is hard...especially waiting on somebody else to make good on a promise for something we really want. Read More
As we begin the season of Advent, we dig into the story of Abram and Sarai to see how it helps us to wait on God's promise.
As we celebrate Christ the King Sunday, we remember that the kingdom of God is like a feast. In this stunning parable, Jesus challenges us to think about who is invited to the feast and encourages us to catch His vision for hospitality. Read More
Sheep are needy, requiring constant and careful attention. Peter outlines three gifts for God's flock in this chapter: shepherds to direct the flock, humility to keep the flock united, and grace to bring the flock into good pasture. Read More
No matter who we are, we want our identity to match up with our practice in the world. If we are Christians, our identity is in our union with Christ, and our practice is meant to lead to communion with Christ. Listen to find out what practical counsel Peter has for those aiming to live as Christians. Read More
What's your name? Do Gooders Read More
Do-Gooder isn't the most desirable name one might have. But Peter wants to reorient our conception of going good. Doing good is seeking the benefit of others, even at our own expense. From this chapter, we discuss two opportunities for doing good and three motivations for doing good.