The College Park Blog
April 19, 2013
Many of us have used the verse "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord" in various contexts when it comes to music. Some of us say it because our singing voice is best described as noise. Others of us say it almost as a lament, ascribing our current ...
February 8, 2013
Do you ever do what I do when you read a story? The action and the tension in a plot are beginning to really take off and you start reading faster and faster, attempting to take in what is happening at the speed of thought, which is often faster ...
December 28, 2012
“Why do we fall, Master Wayne?”
“So we can get back up.”
This is the time of year we make our New Year’s resolutions. We resolve that we will lose weight, watch less TV, read more, study more, help more, hurt less, ...
November 23, 2012
We live in a world dominated by dualistic philosophies.
The stories we tell are dominated by this concept, two equal and opposite forces battling each other for supremacy. The foundation of the tension in a piece is brought on by the fact that we ...
October 30, 2012
Everybody knows the phrase “be careful what you ask for, you just might get it.”
Do you ever feel this way about missions?
Following up on Pastor Wilson’s sermon two Sundays ago, Pastor Nate preached on Sunday and made a ...