reflections:

reflections and observations from my reading of God’s Story

When the master of ceremonies tasted the wine that Jesus had provided, he commended the Groom on saving the best for last. What Jesus has done here is astounding.
It intrigues me that there is an irony to finding wisdom; as it can only be found along an ancient, narrow path...
According to the Law, not only was the woman declared unclean, but so was anything she touched.
As the man drifted in and out of sleep, his eyes struggled to focus on the distant light.
Every time I come across the story of Jesus calming the storm, I find myself wondering about the disciples response to what Jesus does.
The men who were with Jesus stopped and started picking heads of grain to eat. It was a Sabbath and their actions didn't go unnoticed.
Sometimes God uses the strangest people to bring about His plans.
When Jesus called Matthew to follow Him, he got up from his place of security, power and wealth…
Why were the tax collectors in Jesus' day hated so much?
These were a people who longed for a better way of life, yet could see no clear path up and out of their situation.
What might it look like if we actively invited people to participate in a shared learning environment?
Sooner or later in life, each of us finds ourselves in a situation that seems impossible for us solve.