Will You Leave, Too?

Jun 23, 2020 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | There is a familiar ring to the tension in the story in John 6. In what seemed like a flash, there was division, confusion, polarization and betrayal. Everything began falling apart. What happened? Jesus proclaimed the values of the kingdom of God in harsh, stark, unambiguous terms.


Naming the Source of our Racism and Finding the Freedom to Overcome It

Jun 10, 2020 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | At the core of the spiritual problem of racism is our misplaced identity and our desire to be the lord of our Self.


The One Word We So Desperately Need Today

Jun 2, 2020 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | I have been struggling to determine what, if anything, I can say to my readers in the shadow of these headlines. What word could help us better understand these times and our place, role and response in their midst?


What Pontius Pilate Can Teach us About Living in the Era of Coronavirus

May 26, 2020 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | Jesus is surrounded by all the might that the world can muster; a kingdom of social power overlaid by a kingdom of military and political power. And what of this scourged and pitiable man caught in the middle?


Is This our ‘Come to Jesus’ Moment?

May 19, 2020 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | Can any of us be living through this pandemic without believing God has a message for us in the midst of it? Would God allow such a crisis without using it to deepen the contours of His likeness in us as His image bearers?


Finding Deep Peace in an Age of Despair

May 5, 2020 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | We are all likely facing some ‘moments of truth’ right now. How can we know this deep peace in the midst of the chaos and uncertainty of this extraordinary time?


Can God Find Us in the Midst of a Pandemic?

Apr 28, 2020 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | As we navigate these strange and troubling days, what does God require of us? How should we be responding? What should we be doing?



Apr 21, 2020 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | Stewarding Your Attitude in an Age of Contempt The coronavirus is doing more than killing Americans. It is exposing us. Our reaction to the pandemic is laying bare the deep dysfunction of our culture. We entered the crisis a nation fractured along jagged ideological, political ... read on