Not Ashamed to be Called Our God

By: Adam Triplett Photo by Vasily Ledovsky

“Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for he has prepared for them a city.” – Hebrews 11:16 From my point of view, this single sentence has to be one of the most outrageous in all of the Bible. To take into consideration those the author of Hebrews is writing about (Abraham […]

By Faith: What a life of faith does to us

By: Adam Triplett Photo by Dan Russo

Yesterday we were, thankfully, able to gather as a church and worship our God, in spite of the winter weather earlier in the day. In our time together we continued our journey through Hebrews 11, beginning to consider how the “great cloud of witnesses” (Hebrews 12:1) displays what a life of faith looks like for […]

Where The Feast Will Not End

By: Adam Triplett Photo by Phil Goodwin

This past Wednesday evening we continued our walk through the book Pentateuch (first five books of the Bible) by diving into the opening and closing chapters of the book of Leviticus (chs. 1-7 & 23-27). In these chapters, creating the bookend of Leviticus, we find God giving instructions to Moses and the people regarding certain […]

Beware of the Pentateuch!

By: Adam Triplett Photo by Ján Jakub Naništa

This past Wednesday we began our new time together of sharing a meal, studying the Word of God, and encouraging one another in it. I opened our time of teaching mentioning how often we treat the Old Testament like a haunted house tourist attraction. Sure. It sounds like fun and something we’ll enjoy, but once […]