Today I started a new chapter. It is one I’ve longed for, but at the same time it’s come in an unexpected way and place. Today I started working toward a Masters in Biblical Studies. It will involve learning Hebrew and Greek. The unexpected part is that I am at an Anglican seminary in western Pennsylvania. Five years ago I could not have imagined this. I tell people I’m an accidental Anglican, but that’s not […]
As 2017 ends, we see things heating up in the Middle East. Kevin Kallsen of Anglican Unscripted and Rev. David Pileggi of Christ Church Jerusalem talk about the building tensions in the region and what we should be praying about going into 2018.
This week has seen something unprecedented in the 70 years since Israel was reborn as a nation: a sitting United States president acknowledged Jerusalem as the capital of modern Israel. Of all the things that Trump has done and said in his 10 months in office, this one has really made me think and ponder and pray.
I had the privilege to photograph At the Crossroads for the third time. I’m still processing all the stories a heard. My hope to share more of those later. For now, here’s the press release from the event. “In that day there will be a highway from Egypt to Assyria … Israel will be the third with Egypt and Assyria, a blessing in the midst of the earth, whom the Lord of hosts has blessed, […]
“Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary.” Galatians 6:9 NASB I listened to all of Handel’s “Messiah” on Friday night for the first time. What a blessing YouTube can be. It really is an amazing work. It is Scripture put to song. It is prophecy and fulfillment laid out. You can read the libretto on Stanford University’s website. The oratorio that […]