Is being a Christian really this easy?

There’s a talk radio host in Nashville I love listening to and one day he had this most simple yet profound thought summarized below… As a kid, all you really need to do is get good grades and obey your parents. If you do those two things, the world will open up to you inContinue reading “Is being a Christian really this easy?”

Jesus, The Risen 1k -aka- The Empty Tomb Trot (3 years running)

Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance. So she came running to Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one Jesus loved, and said, “They have taken the Lord out of the tomb,Continue reading “Jesus, The Risen 1k -aka- The Empty Tomb Trot (3 years running)”

…and I’m still in awe of You

Hebrews 3:3 “…just as the builder has more honor than the house.” This part of Hebrews chapter 3 stuck with me after I read it. It connects with how I feel about walking through a forest, standing on the ocean shore, even watching my dogs dig. You see, I am often enamored with nature. MostContinue reading “…and I’m still in awe of You”

Jesus, The Risen 1k – a short run/walk

You’ve heard of, and probably participated in, a 5k run, or a 10k… well, this one is much shorter than any of those… but first, happy Easter! This whole idea of running a 1k is to remember and symbolize the same distance Jesus’s disciples Peter and John ran the day they heard Jesus was no longerContinue reading “Jesus, The Risen 1k – a short run/walk”

How far Peter ran to the tomb of Jesus

I’ve been fascinated by the details surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus as it relates to Peter, particularly after Jesus was arrested, all the way up to the empty tomb. The rooster story happens (where Jesus predicted Peter would deny him 3 times, then a rooster would crow), and Peter weeps about it. JesusContinue reading “How far Peter ran to the tomb of Jesus”