Some poetry doesn't make sense and some scripture doesn't either. With respect to 2 Timothy 3:16-17, Pastor Dillon considers how scripture may not be intended to have immediate application but instead be something to sit with long enough to hear God speaking through it
Feeling a bit bone-weary, Pastor Dillon is drawn into the story of one man's bones across three different books of the bible. Along the way, we are reminded that while it might take a while to get to the promised land, God keeps God's promises!
What does it mean to be a neighbor? Exploring the parable of the good Samaritan, Pastor Dillon wonders what we might take away if we didn't see ourselves as the Samaritan but, in fact, the one in need of help.
On this election day, Pastor Dillon offers a prayer for us as we vote. It's a short devotional today, which leaves you plenty of time to head out and vote if you haven't done so already! May our voting today be an extension of our faith and an act of love.
Eeny meeny miny moe! In today's devotional, Pastor Dillon explores the practice of casting lots from a story in the Acts of the Apostles and considers its intersection with our call to living generous lives.
With an apology for forgetting about the existence of Canada, Pastor Dillon continues with his "Giving Tuesday" theme in an exploration of Jesus' invitation to plan for the life we'd like to lead and the important role that budgeting can play in this practice.