In today's devotional, Pastor Dillon reinterprets a familiar biblical account of generosity. What does it mean to be generous? Who should give the most? We follow the story of a widow, two coins, and find a conclusion we may not expect.
Using Psalm 91, Dillon explores how we might let scripture speak on its own without trying to hear what we might wish it had said.
Sometimes, napping is a spiritual practice. In today's devotional, Dillon presents a somewhat tongue-in-cheek interpretation of a story of Elijah and considers that God gives with more abundance than we could earn even if we worked all day long.
It's a devotional about making a devotional: a meta-votional! In today's Extraordinary Connection, Pastor Dillon talks a bit about his process in creating devotional content and invites us all to trust our own ability to read and interpret scripture, proclaiming the good news of the gospel in all of the diversity that God created us in.
Are there really any tasteless moments? Pastor Dillon explores the taste of the tasteless in a new poem and the reminder to pay careful attention to the words we use in James 3.
What makes a hymn good? In today's devotional, Pastor Dillon explores the selection bias that leaves us with hymns worth hanging onto for many reasons, including the craftsmanship of their lyrics.