When it comes to the future, what do we really know?  Sure, there are lots of things that we hope for, and the Bible has lots to say about the End and After the End (though maybe not as many details as some would like).  But what can we really know for sure?  And, do the stories we tell and the images we project about the future line up with what we already know of God?

Read "Who Knows?" from Joe Heikman, or listen below.

Jesus brings his Sermon on the Mount to a close (Matt 7:13-29) with four metaphors about choices: between two paths, between two trees, between two destinations, and between two methods of buildings.  All four ask the same question: what will we do with Jesus' teachings?  Our actions matter.  We see the impact of "walking the path" through the examples of Menno Simons, Dorothy Day, Tabitha of Joppa, and the victims of the recent murders at the Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC.

Read "Aaaaand...Action!" from Joe Heikman

It's a catchy phrase: "Judge not, lest ye be judged" ~ Jesus (Matt 7:1).  It's sometimes used to "win" arguments, to shrug off calls for accountability, to disengage from difficult conversations, and to point the finger at those who do make judgments.  Is that what Jesus had in mind?  More than simply lowering our pointed fingers, Jesus is calling us to a radically different way of engaging those around us.

Read "Judge Not" from Joe Heikman

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