In an ever changing world, it can be hard if not impossible to return to places of significant encounters with God. In today's devotional, Pastor Dillon explores the practice of finding God in new places through the story of Jacob in Genesis 28.
Are there times when arguing back and forth online does more harm than good? After an accidental escape from a debate on social media, Pastor Dillon considers some simple advice from Proverbs about what happens when we send messages with a fool.
What are we longing for and asking for? Exploring a passage of James using erasure poetry, Pastor Dillon considers the journey of Christian formation and reaching for justice and the coming kingdom of God.
How do we explore a scripture's meaning? Today, Pastor Dillon considers James 2:1-7 using a form of erasure poetry, both demonstrating an artistic exploration of scripture and engaging with this particular scripture's themes around favoritism.
What might it look like to count our more complicated blessings? In today's devotional, Pastor Dillon shares a prayer written by Rev. William Sloane Coffin and considers how what we lack might be an invitation to rely on God.