Christmas Carol Theology: O Come, All Ye Faithful

Is there a more chaotic time than Christmas? I feel myself fill with dread whenever I have to go to the post office or the store around this time of year. There’s even the feeling of busyness in the church! 


Christmas Carol Theology: Hark, the Herald Angels Sing


Since Pastor Michael will be preaching on the angel’s song in Luke 2:14 this Sunday, it seemed appropriate to write on the theology of my favorite Christmas song: “Hark, the Herald Angels Sing.”

Christmas Carol Theology: Come Thou Long Expected Jesus


This last Sunday, we entered one of my favorite times of the year. While our church doesn’t follow the church calendar strictly by any stretch, every December we sing songs about the incarnation and the arrival of Christ the Messiah. I’ve come to find that these songs contain extremely rich and beautiful theology that increases our worship of God. 


Cracking the Insidious Code III- John Piper's Arminianism


So what’s the Big Deal?

Cracking the Insidious Code: John Piper's Desiring God


The How and Why of Illumination: 1 Corinthians 2:10-13

The How and Why of Illumination:

1 Corinthians 2:10-13


Just hours before He was betrayed by Judas, tried by the Jews religious leaders, and crucified, our Lord comforted the Apostles with these words,

What is Illumination? 1 Corinthians 2:6-9



Do you remember that great passage in John’s gospel where Nicodemus came to Jesus in the night seeking to find answers to his unanswered questions regarding heaven?