Condemnation Can’t Stay [Guilt]

“Lord, I crawled across the barrenness to you with my empty cup uncertain in asking any small drop of refreshment. If only I had known you better I’d have come running with a bucket.” -Nancy Spiegelberg There can be no freedom from condemnation without submission to the saving life of Christ.  This is a definite […]

Six Hours One Friday

Mere Christianity Who Really Has the Answer? I’m Glad You Asked Six Hours One Friday The Day Christ Died God Came Near From Resurrection to Pentecost It’s Not About Me At Jesus’ Feet Won by Love Grace What’s So Amazing About Grace? Peace Like a River A Love Worth Giving The Light and the Glory […]

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, A Saint for Today

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) is known for his leadership role in the Confessing Church, efforts on behalf of peace and justice, opposition to antisemitism, and writings on theology and ethics that have been influential far beyond his German Lutheran context. He was was hanged by the Nazis on April 6, 1945 in the Flossenburg concentration camp. […]