TMS Challenge: Week 7, Isaiah 53:6

The book of Isaiah contains several songs of the "Suffering Servant," visions of a servant sent to bear the consequences of transgressions done not by the servant but by God's people. In Isaiah 42 we are called to behold this servant - to consider who he is and for what purpose he has been called. ... Continue Reading →

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One-Word Prompt: “Unforgiven”

Today’s prompt: “Unforgiven” The Challenge: Every few days over the next few weeks, we’ll be posting “one word prompts” related to the theme of Forgiveness.  Today’s prompt is the opposite: “Unforgiven.” We challenge you to write, paint, draw, photograph, or otherwise express as that word prompts you.  How long and in what style is up to... Continue Reading →

One-Word Prompt: “Teachable”

Today’s prompt: “Teachable” The Challenge: Every few days over the next few weeks, we’ll be posting “one word prompts” related to the theme of Forgiveness.  Today’s prompt is “Teachable.” We challenge you to write, paint, draw, photograph, or otherwise express as that word prompts you.  How long and in what style is up to you.  Write... Continue Reading →

One-Word Prompt Challenge: “Love”

Today’s prompt: “Love” The Challenge: Every few days over the next few weeks, we’ll be posting “one word prompts” related to the theme of Forgiveness.  Today's prompt is “Love.” We challenge you to write, paint, draw, photograph, or otherwise express as that word prompts you.  How long and in what style is up to you.  Write... Continue Reading →

One-Word Prompt Challenge: “Repent”

Today's prompt: "Forgive" The Challenge: Every few days over the next few weeks, we'll be posting "one word prompts" related to the theme of Forgiveness.  Our next prompt: "repent." We challenge you to write, paint, draw, photograph, or otherwise express as that word prompts you.  How long and in what style is up to you.  Write an... Continue Reading →

How Often Must I Forgive?

Forgiveness is not easy.  But it is commanded.  And what is even tougher than forgiving is forgiving a person more than once.  And perhaps this is why, after Jesus spends time teaching that we must work towards reconciliation with others, Peter asks: “Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? ... Continue Reading →

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