Reed puzzles over the parables of Jesus — why not just be clear?
CCF’s parting seniors (and Meegan!) share their wisdom.
Derrick looks back on the semester of vices, and says a parting word about Meegan and Trusch.
Reed proclaims the gospel in 00:44:59.780.
Keevin asks what love has to do with it.
IFG intern Steven Reierson talks hope.
Reed explores cities and towers via Genesis and picture books.
Student intern Sara Maakestad implies movement in faith.
Derrick sees that life is a mixed bag.
Alumna Kath Crane talks wrath. Wrath with Kath.
Derrick talks a tale of two parents and what that tells us about the God revealed in Genesis 6-9.
Student intern Seth Smith talks about envy.
Derrick explores the three body problem with which Genesis presents us.
Taylor brings the FRESHness in her talk on Gluttony (spoiler alert: it’s about more than quantity).
Alumnus Brandon Crane talks about rest.
Meegan talks about the big one.
Guest Marty Solomon talks about what we can learn from these three prophets about being right and being in relationship.
Reed writes a letter to his son about what happens when things don’t go the way you want.
Keevin talks about resisting the transformational demands of love.
Reed makes some observations in the garden about things seen and heard, as well as where they take us.