“Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” – Matthew 5:4 “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. ...You have heard that it was said to the people long ago, ‘You shall not murder, and anyone … Continue reading Matthew on Memorial Day
Author: Nathan Storms
The Single Individual: Kierkegaard’s Authorial Intent
It's been a minute since I've written anything substantial here! Between fundraising for ministry with Mustard Seed and working on Master's studies, I've needed to put the words to use in other areas. That said, now that the semester is over and everything has been graded, I wanted to share some of the writing which … Continue reading The Single Individual: Kierkegaard’s Authorial Intent
Journey to Japan – Monthly Support Update
Fundraising update and monthly support need
On Vocational Ministry
If you can stomach doing anything else, you should do anything else.
Journey to Japan – “Forward February”
February 2023 MSN Newsletter
The Shema & the Mark of the Beast
Spoiler alert: the "mark" is a spiritual reality.
MSN Newsletter – Dec. 2022
My first newsletter!
Better Late Than Never (Japan, Oct. ’22)
In 2019, almost a century ago, I began to pray about the possibility of visiting Mustard Seed Network. Mustard Seed is a network of church-planting churches growing in urban Japan. Both my home church and alma mater are involved with Mustard Seed, so once I started looking, opportunities for connection abounded. I signed up for … Continue reading Better Late Than Never (Japan, Oct. ’22)
The Most Sensible Thing
How can a centuries-old and already familiar truth revitalize us in a fresh way? Why does the doctrine of the Trinity, for example, set our hearts racing with excitement when it's presented well? There are many reasons that sound doctrine is good; not least of these reasons is the fact that it makes sense. YHWH … Continue reading The Most Sensible Thing
On the Christian's place in a logical system which exalts political freedom.