Waiting is hard, isn’t it? I know it is for my kids when Christmas is coming! The lists are made, they are so hopeful, so excited, and not so patient. We’re rounding the corner towards the end of December, so it’s safe to say our Christmas trees are up, Christmas gifts have started to show […]
About Matthew Sherman
Matthew Sherman has worked in public education for over 15 years. He volunteers with the Clear Creek Arts Team and leads a small group. He earned a B.S. from the University of Houston, a M.S. from the University of Houston – Clear Lake, and an M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is married to Laura and they have two children.
Entries by Matthew Sherman
A major theme found throughout the Bible is God’s concern for the poor and his anger at the rich’s complicity in their oppression and abuse. We see this concern in the laws of Moses (see Leviticus), in the prophets (see Amos), and directly from Jesus in the Gospels. The simple fact is that wealth can […]
How would you describe the way you read the Bible? Do you read devotionally? Maybe you read most mornings as a spiritual practice, reading for inspiration, encouragement, and to feel closer to God. Do you read to study? Maybe you like finding commentaries written by popular Bible teachers or scholars, puzzling through questions the text […]