We live in a day when lots of things steal our allegiance, but there can only be one true King.
Living faith in a polarized opinionated America
“But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.”
~ Isaiah 53:5
I celebrated Holy Week this year in a very unique way. I celebrated it with two distinctly, different cultures. My wife is from Puerto Rico and our little family decided that Holy Week and the week prior would be the ideal time to travel to the island and visit with friends and family. This meant that we found ourselves in her former church several times and amongst others of like precious faith. This included attending a Good Friday service. The next day we travelled home to Maine and attended the Easter service in our home church. Despite the fatigue of travelling with two children under the age of five, I was struck by the uniqueness of such an experience and…
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