November 29, 2017

My freshman year in college I was recruited to give one of my nights of Christmas break to stand outside for an hour. I was dressed in a robe, a beard that hung from my ears, and a towel on my head. Our group of college friends stood among a series of painted wood cut-outs and waved at people as they drove through the church parking lot. Most of the people would take a picture from their cars and drive away. I am certain that I remember that evening in the freezing cold more than the passersby and onlookers. I remember the frozen snot in the beard, loosing feeling in my fingers, and the laughter that we all shared as we stood there on that cold winter’s night at the corner of Henderson Road...

November 21, 2017

It seems to me that life is filled with interruptions. We are walking a path of intentionality and purpose when we are suddenly interrupted by an event, a person, a sickness, an injury, or a tragedy. These interruptions seem to come at the most inopportune time and mess with our rhythms of life. Even those with the best rhythms seem to face interruptions and need to adapt their current rhythm to the situation.

When I look at Jesus’ ministry, one of the things that jumps out at me is His rhythm of prayer, teaching, healing, and travel. Within this rhythm we see constant interruptions that don’t seem to throw Him for a loop the way it would for most of us, but He seems to embrace the interrupti...

Please reload


September 23, 2020

August 12, 2020

July 28, 2020

Please reload

Please reload

  • Facebook Basic Square



411 North Weber Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

  • White Facebook Icon