Tyler Prescott

For Dust Thou Art

Ash Wednesday is peculiar. We do not generally go out of our way to be reminded of our impending death. Nevertheless, to fully grasp our mortality is an essential part of knowing Christ.

Adoption
Steve Palmer

An Integration of Opposites

Jesus unites things that seem to be opposites, and because he can unite them he has a glory, beauty, and strength that leaves everybody else behind.

Adoption
Todd Simonis

The Truth About Temptation

Temptation is not a choice between actions, but between identities. It raises the question of who and whose we are.

Corporate Worship
Drew Miller

Good Christian, You Are Seeing Spots

We have sin in our eyes, idols in our hearts, phones in our hands–and we have come to worship. Through Ezekiel we see God’s answer to a people who are physically present, but whose attention lies elsewhere.

Friendship
Todd Simonis

The Fight For Our Identity

“Staying connected to the vine” and “producing fruit” isn’t about our effort. It’s about our identity.

Children
Tyler Prescott

The Chaos of Christmas

Of all Christmas services, it is the Christmas pageant that most closely evokes the chaos that accompanied the night of Jesus’ birth, and most clearly demonstrates God’s desire to enter the chaos of our lives.

New Testament Biblical Figures
Tyler Prescott

Is Knowledge of the Trinity Necessary?

Through the story of Nicodemus conversing with Jesus we can begin to grasp the mystery of the Trinity, drawing us into the perfect love and unity of God.

Church Mission
Rob Sturdy

The Surprising Grace Of God’s Judgement

We are judgmental creatures, and that is a great cause of conflict and division in this world. Christianity offers a unique solution to this universal human problem through God’s surprising judgement of humanity.

Encouragement
Corey Prescott

Dealing With Spiritual Dryness

Maybe you’re feeling that your heart is incapable of doing what you know it should do, or at least what you know that it used to do. So when scripture commands of us joy and thanksgiving, what do we do?

Jesus, Son of Man

From the disciples’ perspective, this was the exact opposite of what was supposed to happen. Jesus wasn’t supposed to suffer. He wasn’t supposed to be killed. That wasn’t the plan.

Reflecting the of Christ.

 GoTherefore.org seeks to equip the church with resources that winsomely apply gospel truth to life through an Anglican lens, for the glory of God and the sake of others who do not yet know him.

Reflecting the of Christ.

 GoTherefore.org seeks to equip the church with resources that winsomely apply gospel truth to life through an Anglican lens, for the glory of God and the sake of others who do not yet know him.

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