Posts with the tag “steve-bensema”
In Case of Emergency
December 11th, 2022
“Ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of this holiday season I ask you to turn your attention to your inner anxiety and emotions as we review the emergency procedures. There are at least six emergency exi...
A Meology all about Mesus
October 9th, 2022
Many wonder who Jesus is. Many more take steps to pursue this man. Some call Him a man, some a myth, some a legend. All across America, churches are erected to Him. In some towns trying to find a chur...
Through the Valley
March 20th, 2022
As people, we love the mountain top experiences. Those times when our team won a championship, we get to celebrate a milestone with family and friends, or we have a vacation experience we will remembe...
Fellowship Doesn’t Happen With Bad Coffee
February 20th, 2022
I am convinced that the place where the least amount of fellowship happens is in church basements or building additions which were creatively called “The Fellowship Hall.” This stems from a much large...
What is the Story of the Bible?
January 2nd, 2022
With all of the significance around the Bible, if you were asked what the Bible is all about, how would you answer? Some respond that it is a book of God’s laws. Others focus on the grace of God shown...
The Easy Yoke and Light Burden
October 24th, 2021
“Come to me, all of you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take up my yoke and learn from me, because I am lowly and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my y...
From Extraordinary to Ordinary
September 12th, 2021
My wife recently purchased a hummingbird feeder for outside the window of our kitchen. We live close to some woods and love to watch the different birds and animals come by. The hummingbird feeder wa...
Out of the Darkness
July 25th, 2021
We are living in a time where there are immense amounts of trauma and brokenness. The past year and a half of fighting the COVID pandemic has been merely one illustration of that. Add on to that racia...
Why White Evangelicals Should Care About Racial Reconciliation
May 2nd, 2021
These past few years have been a journey for myself as well as many White Evangelicals. In order for that comment to make sense I guess I have to first confess that I am a recovering racist. Not the K...
Easter Brings New Beginnings
April 4th, 2021
The most important thing is we will have a chance to celebrate that Jesus conquered death and walked out of a grave that could not hold him around 2,000 years ago. Because of that He created an opport...