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Still Laughing

In last week’s Old Testament lesson, Genesis 18:15, there was this tongue-in-cheek exchange between Sarah and the Lord. Sarah denied laughing that she would have a child in her old age within a year’s time, but the Lord says, “no, but you did laugh.” A funny exchange...Read More

A Value of Transparency

God has been moving in lots of ways in the life of All Saints Dallas over the past six months. As transparency is one of our ASD values, I would like to share with you where we are as we approach the last two weeks of this fiscal year. At ASD we talk about giving as an overflow of discipleship; you are giving back to God a portion of what He has given you. It’s all His anyway ...Read More

Tragedy and the Trinity

This coming Sunday is Trinity Sunday. It is a time to reflect on that which is the foundation and background of everything we believe in as followers of Christ. The God revealed to us in Scripture is one God in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit...Read More

Who cares about the Trinity anyway?

Often when we encounter something that we don’t initially understand, there is a tendency to brush it away as irrelevant. “If it truly mattered,” we think, “then I would see its value immediately.” Call this a consequence of a technological and consumer society where immediacy and personal benefit are seemingly synonymous, or call it a quirk of human nature...Read More

God's Fulfilled Promise in Pentecost

This is a big weekend for the church. Pentecost marks the fulfilment of the promise of the Father, the birth of the church and the moment where the ministry of the Ascended Christ carries on through his followers...Read More

Update on the Deans

We know that trials are food for our faith, and that godly reaction to trials should be joy and perseverance, but when big trials hit (as they have for us lately) we have also learned that it is only possible to walk through the trials when you have the prayers and outpouring of love from Christian family and friends...Read More

Ministry, Mission, and Mental Illness



In the United States, May is Mental Health Awareness Month. It's the time when advocacy agencies and support groups draw our attention to the indicators, treatments and challenges for the nearly 20 percent of the population impacted by mental disorders. For one month a year we are exposed to stories, facts, figures and fundraisers with the hope that we will care. 

However, for many families, the stories don't surface just once a year...Read More

The Cycle of Generosity

I have often said that generosity is the basis of God’s authority in our life. Think about it. His generosity in creating the world, you, me, our families. Generosity in giving His word, His Son, His Holy Spirit, the church. His generosity in our friendships, our financial resources, our gifts and talents. It really is the basis of His authority...Read More

Being Human 101

We hear a lot about what it means to be a human, and hear a lot of competing voices. In church you sometimes hear the spiritualistic notion that we are at our most basic souls housed in bodies. In the academy you’ll sometimes hear a materialistic reduction of humanity that says all we are is our bodies, that the spiritual experiences we have are really just the chemical activities of in our brains...Read More

Buildng Walls or Punching Holes

A few weeks ago, Rev. Samira Page of Gateway of Grace spoke about her life journey as a Christian in Iran and a refugee in America. Raised in a different religion, she came to know the Lord through a series of circumstances. When I was a young lawyer, anything connected with Iran was troublesome...Read More