By Josh Hawkins Posted on July 29, 2014

Jesus heads north to Galilee after John the Baptist was imprisoned, but first passes through Samaria. Unlike His reception in Jerusalem, Jesus was joyfully received by the Samaritan people. This episode discusses the significance of Jesus' exchange with the woman near Jacob's well.

By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 21, 2010

Judgment and mercy are meant to fit together like a hand in a glove. If a full picture of God’s heart in judgment and mercy could be painted, judgment would be the canvas on which the colors of mercy would be brushed. It’s not possible to biblically talk about one while ignoring the other. As I discussed in my last post on the judgment of God in the Incarnation, division and judgment centered around the person of Christ was the bold message of John the Baptist. The Incarnation marked...

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Posted on February 4, 2008

It's sunny and 70 today, probably one of the most beautiful days it's been in a while. But in typical Kansas City fashion, winter will be back in full swing tomorrow. Take a look at the forecast:


If it wasn't Kansas City, I'd think "Winter Storm Watch" was a very early April fools joke from the weather forecasters or something.

Well, it's day 1 of our monthly 3-day fast. I've been spending some time praying through Ephesians 2 and 1 Peter 1. Perhaps...