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Question Jesus Asked

Questions Jesus Asked

Have you ever wondered why Jesus would ask a question, especially one he already knows the answer to?

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Blue Skies in Virginia

High Five for Friday

High Five for Friday!  Here's some of my favorite things from this past week and what I'm grateful for (in no particular order): The sun came out after a week of rain.  I'm grateful to see blue skies again! Reggie Coates of Heartfelt Music & … Read More...


Dealing with Loss: Lessons from Haggai

Recently I lost my church, my small group, my ministry and the family cat. At a season when I am free to devote more time to teaching and discipleship, I find myself "all dressed up with no place to go," starting over in the same place. Many days grief over … Read More...


Why we have 4 Gospels

Imagine an English teacher who is teaching a class on classic literature, for example Pride and Prejudice or one of Shakespeare’s plays. If she were teaching a classroom of high school students, she would emphasize the historical context, manners and … Read More...

Question Jesus Asked

Questions Jesus Asked

This series looks at the places where Jesus asks a question in the Gospel of Mark.   Jesus not only taught through sermons, parables and miracles.  He also used questions as a teaching tool, frequently asking a question he already knows the answer to. 01 … Read More...


Charlottesville Bible Studies

Looking for a local Bible Study?  Try one of these! Community: Precept Upon Precept Bible Study, First Baptist Church (Park Street) Wednesdays 9:15-11:30 am, begins Sept 10 Childcare available Studying Ezra-Nehemiah- Haggai through January; James begins … Read More...


Habakkuk: Faith Under Fire

"Habakkuk moves from burden to blessing, from wonder/worry to worship, from restlessness to rest, from a focus on the problem with God to a focus on the Person of God, and from a complaint to consolation. God turns sighing into singing if we (like Habakkuk) … Read More...