Thoughts for our day

Practical applications of God's Word for our time and culture.

Introducing: Book Outlines / Tithing & Dominion

You clicked the link. I guess that means you’re interested.Of course, we're not introducing book outlines as a new concept. However, they are a new addition to Reformed Expressions. The purpose of Book Outlines is to bring into the spotlight some neglected...

Mark 1:4-8 | The Declaration Of Judgment, War & Peace

So far, in the Gospel of Mark...Jesus is the victorious emperorJerusalem was spiritually Egypt, and Jesus will rescue His people from the new Egypt.Jerusalem was spiritually Babylon, and Jesus will bring his people out of the exile in Jerusalem.Mark...

Crumbs From The Reading Table – April 2019

These Crumbs from the Reading posts highlight articles and essays for the interested reader. Hopefully, these short reads are encouraging and concise for those who have a busy schedule but want to learn.The Myth of Christian MinistryThis article by Ian...

Reflection & Repentance #1: A Seared Conscience

"Reflection and Repentance" posts come from the time during our gathered worship where we focus on a command given by God. We explain it, talk about how we break it, confess our sin to God, and rejoice in His forgiveness.Reflection & Repentance1...

Crumbs From The Reading Table – March 2019

Man Cultivated the RainforestA fascinating article on recent researching regarding the rainforest in the Amazon, and it’s cultivation by man. The article states that “In less-rhapsodical verse, scholars in the past quarter century have shown that this...

Mark 1:1 | The Significance Of “The Gospel Of Jesus Christ”

Mark is, or at least is close to, my favorite Gospel. It is short, action-packed, optimistic, and permeated with the theme of the victorious Kingdom of God. We can see these things as soon as we read Mark 1:1! "In The Beginning"We might call this a loaded phrase. When...

Crumbs From The Reading Table – February 2019

Looking for something to read? 🤓 Something shorter than a book but longer than a tweet? 🤔 Then come and join us at the reading table, where we talk about articles and essays that we found interesting or helpful.