A Time for Change

For the last several years I have posted my musings, thoughts, sermons and ideas on this forum. However, a time for change has come.

The Reformed Wesleyan began as a slip of the tongue. It became the “next” chapter of my life as I journeyed the road of faith with Jesus. Over the course of time we all see new things and even begin seeing things in new ways. That is where I find myself. I would like to explore a wider range of issues and feel that The Reformed Wesleyan no longer captures the totality of what I want to say. So, rather than try to make this forum something it isn’t, I will cut a new path. One that has been waiting for me to be ready.

The next leg of my journey is beginning. Starting today, I will begin writing on Jeremiah’s Passion. If you have enjoyed sharing this journey with me, please come and join me there. I could have asked WordPress to move you, but I wanted to invite you to come of your own accord. It did not feel like the right thing to do!

I would like to thank you for your trust and your willingness to read the thoughts that formed and found expression here. I have enjoyed my time of sharing with you on this site and look forward to more of that sharing in the future over at Jeremiah’s Passion.

NOTE: The content here at The Reformed Wesleyan will remain for the foreseeable future. I may chose to move the content over to my new site, but this has yet to be decided. Thank you again.

Thankfully Yours,

The Reformed Wesleyan


A Day of Rest

After writing for 41 straight days, I’m taking a couple of days off. I have not written that much in a while, but it felt good. I have a few things to share about this Easter weekend, but it will have to wait.

Thanks for reading. I’ve been thinking about turning the readings into an eBook? Would that be a good idea? (It would be free!)

Just let me know by posting “yes” or “no” in the comments below. If you have any suggestions for improving the posts please let me know as well.

Lent Day #40 | Holy Saturday

I have been wracking my brain all day, trying to decide what to say. I have decide not to say anything. As we prepare to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus the Christ, I ask you to consider what the disciples felt as they had to live through the Saturday after the crucifixion of Jesus. What would you have felt?

This is a day of mourning. Of apprehension. We should never take for granted the resurrection. The disciples did not know for sure if it would take place. We have the benefit of history and scholarship to buttress our faith. Let us not be cavalier about Jesus death.

God bless you on this Holy Saturday.