Since this is Holy Week in the Christian calendar, I have produced a narrative of the events of Holy Week – from the arrest of Jesus through the resurrection – based totally on the Scriptures. Rather than rely on just one of the Gospel narratives, I have meshed the four narratives together in one cogent story. I pray that you are blessed by this telling of these important events – the most important events in all of history!
Here are some links to the Gospel records of this story:
Last week’s podcast challenged us to be a BLESS-ing by sharing how Jesus’ intersects our story. When we rise to that challenge, we’ll hear questions. Some easy. Some hard. Beginning with this episode, we examine five hard questions that people may ask you about God. How should you answer? Listen for some help with this question.
Helping Hands Press has released a series of books set in Sweetland. I have recorded two of those books. In this week’s podcast, I talk about these two books and play samples from the audio of each one. Take a listen to samples from Sonrise in Sweetland, The Short Engagement and Summer in Sweetland, Never Too Old.
The Apostle Paul writes, “I want to know Christ and experience the mighty power that raised him from the dead.” (Philippians 3:10). As we approach the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, I offer some thoughts about how to “experience the mighty power that raised him from the dead.” Pull out your Bibles and join with me as we explore this topic. (Thanks to the Harding University Concert Choir for our closing to this podcast, “His Name Is Life.”)