The Sin of Esau

Genesis 25 is a narrative about a careless trade. There was a shrewd conman named Jacob who also happened to be a gifted cook, and one afternoon he was putting the finishing touches on a delicious, hot stew. Just then, like clockwork, his twin brother Esau returned home, exhausted and starving, from a full day … More The Sin of Esau

Leading Worship: Give People Something to Do

I’m excited to share with you another fun installment in my “leading worship” series! I believe that when people see Jesus, really see Him, they don’t need to be instructed to worship—worship is the heart’s natural response. A person is suddenly confronted with the reason for his existence, and he reacts accordingly. You see it … More Leading Worship: Give People Something to Do