What is so special about his parable? Why is it one of the most cited of all parables? Check out this week’s episode to see why this parable is so key to understanding the ministry and teachings of Jesus.
Just because you might be one type of soil, doesn’t mean that you can’t be cultivated. There is hope for those who are both rocky and thorny soil as well as packed dirt. Let the master gardener take you and make you into fruitful soil.
Thanks for joining us this week! Remember, theology doesn’t always have to be difficult, it is simply the study of who God is.
After receiving such great feedback for my anxiety and mental health blog post a couple weeks ago, I decided to do a special episode of Thursday’s Theology dedicated to talking more in depth about my own experience. This episode dives deeper into some thoughts I have about mental health and why it is important to seek out professional help if you are struggling with anxiety or depression.
If I’m being honest, this parable really messed with me this week. I would like to say that the Kingdom of Heaven is worth everything that I am and is worthy of all my possessions, but to be honest, I don’t know if I’m there yet. Read More »
I struggle with anxiety. It has been something that I’ve struggled with for years, and it is only recently that I have sought professional help to understand the deeper issues behind it. What drove me to seek professional help is that I got to a point of recognizing that I couldn’t process through the anxiety on my own. I needed professional help to get at the root of what was going on. Read More »
I recently had an article published by the awesome people at “A Game for Good Christians.” If you love the Bible, and realize that there are weird things in it, this game is for you. I highly recommend it for anyone who is serious about studying the Word.
What happens when we refuse to extend the mercy and grace we received from God to others? The answer is not good. This week’s episode we discuss the Parable of the Unmerciful Servant and why Jesus uses it to reveal what happens when we refuse to extend mercy to others.
Welcome to our first episode on the Parables of Jesus! The Parable of the Wineskin Today we talk about one of the weirder parables, and that is the Parable of the Wineskin found in Luke 5. This parable talks about how if we stick to our rigid theologies and legalistic interpretation of the Bible, then […]
This week, we dive into our next series exploring the parables of Jesus. We couldn’t start our series on the parables without exploring what a parable means, so this first episode addresses what is a parable, why Jesus used them to teach and how we can understand the deeper truths Jesus is trying to communicate.
We’ll be exploring various parables throughout this series. We are excited to share our perspective on the parables and what they mean to us today.
Here are the categories of the parables we mention in the video:
This is the last video of our “What’s that?” series. Join us next week as we start a new series on the Parables of Jesus. Thanks for joining us, and remember, theology doesn’t have to be difficult, it is simply the study of who God is.
Perhaps it’s just the season I’m in, but this year, I was drawn to reflect upon Holy Saturday – the silence, the uncertainty, the doubt and confusion, the sadness, loss and grief. And finally the waiting – wondering what to do with with this unexpected pause, sensing that there is something far off on the horizon, but not sure what and most certainly not ready to move on. I can hardly imagine the questions racing through the disciples’ minds, struggling to embrace the reality of the last few days. They had given up everything to follow this man named Jesus. They had become is friends and close companions. They were just getting used to this new way of life, traveling around, gathering with people from every walk of life, sharing meals together, all drawn to Jesus, eager to hear his words, to catch a glimpse of his face, or simply to be in his presence. Everywhere he went, this man named Jesus seemed to cause a stir. He brought life, healing, and restoration. Sometimes his words even seemed to reach through and expose things broken deep inside the hearts and minds of his listeners – compassionate and compelling words, full of grace and truth, illuminating a better way of life. This new way of life spread seeds of hope and expectation for what could be. How could it all just be over? This wasn’t how it was supposed to end. Read More »