When I read Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower in preparation for John Green’s latest season of Crash Course: Literature, I was first drawn by the Biblical parallel in the title. In what way was this going to be like the parable of the sower? Continue reading
Saturday I took my son for his first haircut. His first professional haircut. Before then my wife would lay him on her knee as he slept and comb out his hair, trimming the ends of it onto a towel in the dim light.
“Concluding Thoughts on Electing Faithfulness”
“Why should a foreigner like me care about this country?”
“I promise I’ll completely tone down the political postings for the next four years, but I ask that you to pay attention to this”
I am very much indebted the sermon I heard this Sunday by Frank Sullivan. It reminded me that Christ is our hope and that it’s foolish to place our “trust in princes” whose plans come to an end and who’s power is but dust to God.
Sermon on Christ as our Hope