Prayer Gathering :: Saturday Easter Vigil

Just a reminder, you’re welcome to join us for a special gathering this Saturday evening.  Come be a part of an Easter Vigil as we commemorate Christ’s Death and Resurrection in a special time of extended prayer, intimate worship, and reflection on Christ’s sacrifice expressed in Communion/Lord’s Supper/Eucharist. 6:30pm-ish to 7:30pm-ish, Saturday, April 19, 2014 @ […]

Hit The Reset Button :: No Gathering Memorial Day Sunday

If you’re a regular at Pathmakers, you probably already know about “Reset Sundays” and how it all works.  If you’re new to Pathmakers, you probably have NO IDEA what we’re talking about.  Allow me to explain… About three times a year, we have what we call “Reset Sundays.”  On Reset Sundays, we cancel our main […]

The Parable Of The Good Samaritan and “Neighboring”

The Parable of the Good Samaritan found in Luke 10:25-37 is one of the most famous of Jesus’ parables.  Artists have been inspired to create masterpieces reflecting the impact of the story, like the one here by Vincent Van Gogh.  The parable was Jesus’ answer to a question posed to him about what it meant […]

Scripture, Straight Up (Spring 2013) Men’s Study

Hey gents, We have a morning study for guys this winter/spring where we’re going to dive into the so-called Pastoral Letters (1, 2 Timothy, Titus… and we’ll add Philemon for good measure).  No commentaries, no books, no study guides, no pre-printed Bible studies… just us, our Bibles, and each other.  Not that those other things […]

This might be the least uplifting message in the world…

Click here to listen.  Keep in mind, I didn’t say boring.  I didn’t say irrelevant.  I didn’t say “waste of time.”  I didn’t say “unhelpful” or anything like that.  Just… “least uplifting.”  Yet I can’t shake the feeling that a lot of Christians need to hear it.  I could be wrong.