2021 Bible Reading Plan
on December 20th, 2020
This plan takes you through the entire bible in one year. You will read two chapters from the Old Testament and one chapter from the New Testament each weekday. And you will read from the Old Testament and the Psalms each weekend.
There's Too Much Noise Right Now
on June 3rd, 2020
We live in an age of talking points and tweets where everyone has an opinion that they feel everyone else should know about. We have become quicker to speak than any other generation before us. And when everyone has something to say, nobody feels heard.
The Voice of the Shepherd
on May 5th, 2020
I love the simplicity of this lesson on our discipleship to Jesus. Sometimes we can feel confused by the things that Jesus teaches or we can find ourselves over-analyzing them to the point that we lose sight of what he’s really saying. This teaching is simple.
Easter: A New Beginning
on April 13th, 2020
Sometimes we find ourselves with this initial mindset of Mary. We cling to Jesus just thankful and content with the good news that the cross wasn’t the end. But Jesus wants us to realize the same thing that he wanted Mary to understand — that his powerful resurrection means much more than we initially realize.
Be Anxious for Nothing
on April 1st, 2020
I believe that all of us in one way or another have experienced some anxious moments in the last month. So much has changed in our world. The coronavirus has left few untouched.
An (Unexpected) Invitation to Rest
on March 24th, 2020
It’s a weird time in our nation’s history, and all of this disruption to our normal everyday lives and the uncertainty about what the future holds is going to slowly test our faith and truly reveal how much we actually trust God.
A Place of Refuge
on February 3rd, 2020
This past January we hosted 3 Men’s Retreats (two Hunting Retreats in Tennessee and our annual Men’s Retreat in Arizona) with almost 100 current and former players participating in those times together. These retreats have a way of providing a clubhouse environment for the guys who come, but more than that they provide a place of refuge for men to just be themselves.