Ancient Bible Poetry & Modern Worship Music

There’s an ancient Egyptian story about a bored Pharaoh who called a prophet into his court to entertain him. In order for that prophet to compellingly prove that he was hearing something divine, his words were expected to be “a poetic and well-polished literary form that would represent the speech of the gods” (Marvin A….

The Biblical Power of Worship Music

A morning devotional on the power of worship, with a few minutes of music at the end so that you can kick your morning off with song and prayer. This video was made for the Facebook Group “Unify Jackson.” Should you desire it, I’ve also uploaded a PDF for further reading, footnotes, and so on.

The Holy Spirit

Reveal Jackson is right around the corner and what better message in our Fantasy IRL series at Nerd Church to get us ready for it than a message on the Holy Spirit’s role in the Trinity, the world, and our lives. Check it out in preparation for what God is going to do this weekend….

Testing Prophets With Scripture

It should be a bit of a no-brainer, but any prophetic word you’re given should be able to stand up against Scripture in some way. Cults are often made up of people who form around someone who claims supernatural authority without Scriptural or traditional affirmation. Leaders throughout history have gotten so hung up on a…

The Two Witnesses

In John-like fashion, the narrative of Revelation is interrupted again with another side story. But side stories are not unimportant. They help bring the whole narrative together. And just who are the main characters of this story and why are they important? That’s what we cover in today’s message. Listen to this episode on the…