Tag: jesus

All Flesh is Grass

07, May, 2024Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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As a card-carrying Yard Guy, I have a love/hate relationship with my grass this time of year. On the one hand, I’ve worked hard to get it thick, green, and growing, and it&#8 [...]

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“And Carrying the Cross on Himself”

03, October, 2023Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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I’ve had the privilege to take a course on Johannine Literature this semester at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (the phrase “Johannine Literature” is a fancy [...]

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All You Need is Love

31, January, 2023Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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It’s February – which means that countless young, starstruck lovers will soon be frantically searching for the most original way possible to express their love for thei [...]

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Wars and Rumors of Wars

01, March, 2022Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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It is a major challenge to read, interpret, preach, and teach Matthew 24 and 25. Jesus is clearly speaking of future events, but it’s not entirely clear what order or timefra [...]

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Chin Up

07, December, 2021Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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Every Christmas Eve, after the kids have gone to bed, Olivia and I watch “It’s A Wonderful Life” while wrapping gifts. And like clockwork, each year when the movi [...]

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Our Ascended Lord

18, May, 2021Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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As mentioned on Sunday, “Ascension Day” falls 40 days after Easter (meaning last Thursday was technically the true “Ascension Day”). For centuries, many Chr [...]

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Identity Crisis

09, March, 2021Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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Some time ago, I had a conversation with a brother in Christ. He was telling me about the challenges of juggling all the various responsibilities he had: he was a husband, a father [...]

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The Dark Side of Advent

29, December, 2020Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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Though the presents are unwrapped, the lights are coming down, and the tree has come and gone, I’d like to turn our attention to one portion of the Christmas story that we of [...]

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Making the Best Use of the Time

16, December, 2020Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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If you visit Barnes & Noble, you’ll surely find a large section of books devoted to time management. Whether it’s written for professionals on the job, families at [...]

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The Waiting is the Hardest Part

05, May, 2020Posted by :Benjamin Halliburton

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On Friday, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb did something many of us have been desperately waiting for. He announced a five phase plan to slowly and safely get our state “back o [...]

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