If you can stomach doing anything else, you should do anything else.
Author: Nathan Storms
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.
A few months ago, I was talking to someone older and wiser than me, and he said, “I think of my twenties as my least favorite decade of life.” I turn twenty-three today, and I can’t decide whether or not to be encouraged by that thought. In context of our conversation, the statement was really an observation about the Christian … Continue reading Twenty-Three
I Have Only to Follow Him (Psalm 23)
A contemplative rewriting of Psalm 23.
More Than Watchmen
"You who wrestle with God, put your hope in Him."