I have to start this by saying thank you. Thank you to all of those who have walked with us in these dark days. Galatians 6:2 says, “Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.” Thank you to those who have shouldered this burden with us. Too many suffer alone, that is … More What Now…
My wife – Hannah – and I were excited. We exchanged jokes and talked about parenting and how 6 months felt like an eternity and just around the corner at the same time. October 15th: our baby’s due date. We were going to be meeting our midwife for the first time. Hannah has trained to … More On Mourning
This past Sunday I preached on the fact that we have been included in God’s grace. You can listen here.
In this episode Billy introduces the concept of Good Creatures. Enjoy the pilot! … More Episode 1 – What’s In A Name?
This morning my wife and I rolled out of bed, half awake and groggy. We got in the car and headed out to see my brother and his family off as they head to Japan. It was a mixture of feelings. I sit here with so many tasks and I just can’t help but feel … More Sending Drew and Meg…
This past Sunday we continued our exploration of the book of Ephesians. I spoke on chapter 1:17-23.
I wanted to give everyone a quick update. Really there are only two things I wanted to tell you about. The first is, I’m on a diet. That seems like no big deal, but for those who know me well, you know that it absolutely is. I eat like a 10 year old (PB & … More Diet and A Podcast
There is a real trembling for the saints. “Work out your salvation with fear and trembling” (Philippians 2:12). But it is the trembling one feels in the arms of a Father who has just plucked his child from the undertow of the ocean. -John Piper
We are walking through our series in Ephesians titled, “The Beautiful Mystery.” In this sermon we look at the fact that we have been lavished with an incredible inheritance.
“This is that mystery which is rich in divine grace to sinners: wherein by a wonderful exchange our sins are no longer ours but Christ’s, and the righteousness of Christ not Christ’s but ours. He has emptied himself of his righteousness that he might clothe us with it and fill us with it; and he … More Mystery