Gospel Identity by Tim Posey
The Gospel is that God treats us not as our sin deserves but that He treats Jesus as our sin deserves and that He treats us as Jesus’ righteousness deserves. If we could really grasp this it would most certainly revolutionize our lives. One key to Christian maturity is to […]
How can you worship here?
By Kevin Park
When we were blessed to have Bridget baptized into the covenant community of Spring Meadows there were family members of mine from the ‘Roman Catholic wing’ who came from out of town in order to be there. I remember one of my nephews, upon entering the […]
The Psalms Singing to Us
By Kevin Park
Something about the human condition is uniquely connected to hearing from others. Just think of how often we fill moments of silence in our lives with hearing from someone else – from music, to our phones, to the radio, to our computers, to our TVs each […]
The Poison of Moralism
The devil is an equal-opportunity deceiver. He kneads the Pharisaic yeast of moralism in the bread of all theological traditions. The very Protestantism that recovered the teaching of justification by faith alone which was designed to release people from bondage to the law produced its own version of Pharisaic moralism. The […]
What in it for me? Looking to communion.
by Kevin Park
When I was still dating my now wife, we had made plans about a week in advance for her to cook dinner on an upcoming Thursday. This was to be the first time she ever made me dinner, so she made sure to […]
The Day Death Died
George Bernard Shaw, a philosopher and an atheist, once said, “The statistics on death are quite impressive, one out of every one person dies”. To follow up with some recent statistics on death: three people die every second, 180 every minute, almost 11,000 every hour, about 260,000 every day and around 95 million a […]