Month: September 2016

Wired for Community

Part 4 of 4 in our Wired sermon series I am a self-made man. Nobody has ever helped me. Why just this morning, I cooked two eggs and bacon for breakfast from chickens that I raised and a pig that I butchered… Read More

Craig’s Kitchen – Simple Ahi Poke

Poke is such a funny word for food.  If you’re not used to its pronunciation it looks like something you’d do to someone’s tummy.  But it’s actually pronounced like “okay” with a “p” in front of it.  Poke or “pokay.”  As for… Read More

Wired for Love

7 Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. 8 Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love. 9 This is how God showed his love… Read More

Wired to Find Meaning In Life

What is the meaning of life? It’s a question most of us have asked ourselves at one time or another. In fact, 75% of Americans believe that there is a higher purpose and meaning for their lives and nearly 70% believe that… Read More

Wired To Search For God

The world is full of well-meaning people who have no idea what they are saying. I was so glad when Facebook added emoticons. Before then the only option available to you for a quick response to a friend’s post was the “Like”… Read More

Gold, Silver, Bronze

I don’t know if there should be a winner if the difference in a race is less than a second. I’ve been watching the Olympics for the past two weeks – and thanks to the invention of the DVR, I’m STILL watching… Read More

Craig’s Library – Making Sense of the Bible Makes a Lot of Sense (book review)

Adam Hamilton is turning out to be one of the clearest voices for compassion and reason within the church today.  He often tackles tough subjects with aplomb and sensitivity.  In his book, Making Sense of the Bible, Hamilton helps us look at… Read More