Books of the Bible: Jeremiah

Books of the Bible: Jeremiah

Like Night and Day

Vicki Kemper

It turns out there is another planet in our solar system—right next door to us, in astronomical terms—that could support life as we (sort of) know it.


Procrastinators Unite…Tomorrow

Marchaé Grair

Leaning in to God's plan for me isn't always easy because I am a control freak.


God's Justice: Not Optional

John A. Nelson

Might not we do well to learn, from God's example, to burn with indignant fury until we have delivered our sister or brother from the hand of the oppressor?


God is Still Speaking--In Everyone's Life

Kim Sorrells

When I was serving as a hospital chaplain during seminary I often had people tell me "you look too young to be a chaplain!"


Forgiving and Forgetting

Martin B. Copenhaver

To forgive, something like forgetfulness is required.


Don't Kill the Messenger

Vince Amlin

When something stresses me out, my inclination is to ignore it.


Talking Points

Vince Amlin

Turn on any cable news network or talk radio station and you'll hear the same stories told in the same way over and over. Politicians and pundits, journalists and broadcasters all seem to be reading from an identical script. Because they are.


Were You There?

Jennifer Brownell

Were you a first-hand witness that day? 


When You're Hurting

Tony Robinson

We worship a God who can handle the questions born of hurt, anger and rejection.


Is This Healing Balm for Me?

Marchaé Grair

I like to think when Jeremiah says "my people," he is fleeing from deflection and accepting that his deliverance is intertwined with theirs.