Luke 11:5-13 Peter Kendrick, professor of theology and culture New Orleans Seminary, North GA HUB Before reading any further, take a minute to read Luke 11:1-13 and fill in the blank: Prayer is ______. How did you answer? In the Westminster Catechism is question #98: “What is prayer?” The answer is simple and to the […]
The hospice patient had fought a long and hard fight against cancer. Her body is wasted and worn out. She is at peace, having not just entrusted her life to Christ but also her dying and death. She whispers this comment with a wry smile written across her pale face: “I am looking forward to […]
Psalm 34:4-14 Peter Kendrick Professor of theology and culture New Orleans Seminary, North GA HUB My dad and Clint Eastwood are my favorite theologians (ask me about Clint Eastwood later). Dad used to shake his head slowly and make random unsolicited comments like, “Some people have to hit rock bottom before they learn anything.” King […]
1 John 5:6-13 Peter Kendrick, professor of theology and culture New Orleans Seminary, North GA HUB Jesus once asked his disciples, “Who do you say I am?” (Mt. 16:15) Every person and religion has an opinion. You have one as well. But is it the right one? While visiting Cuyahoga Valley, OH I saw a […]
Psalm 89:1-2,5-8, 15-18 Peter Kendrick, professor of theology and culuture New Orleans Seminary, North Georgia Hub Toby Mac said it well, “Some days, life feels perfect. Other days it just ain’t workin.” My Dad was a little less refined. He once said to me, “Some days are just crappy and other days are even crappier.” […]
We might compare dying to a family whose home was destroyed by war, leaving them homeless.