Psalm 130

The Psalms are full of rich poetry that not only reveal what God is like and instruct us in the way of worship, but also set our hearts on fire! There is much we can receive from the Psalms, and I pray that this particular piece of prose stops your soul in its tracks. Psalm … More Psalm 130

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