The Feast of Booths

Pastor Booth's Blog



By Pastor Randy Booth We all have our own griefs; or will have them. Grief over death is our response to a love that has been lost for now. We can’t remove grief, for that would necessitate removing the love. Therefore, we comfort and come


Billions of Words

Each year, as we start the Easter season, I have those moments where I wonder what else can be said about these often-repeated stories about


Thoughts on Marriage

“Be sure you are not making your judgments based on the ideas you have derived from novels and films. This is not so easy to do as people think. Our experience is coloured through and through by books and plays and the cinema, and it takes patience and skill to disentangle the things we have really learned from life for ourselves.” ―C. S. Lewis


The Universal Church

As we consider the early church in the book of Acts, it’s important for us to see ourselves connected to her, though (no doubt), were


The Problem With Churches

The church, the Body of Christ, is a refugee camp, a plague zone, an orphanage; “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy


The Very Best Gift

Forgiveness is the very best gift of all. It recovers what was lost and restores what was broken. It helps the helpless and gives hope


Community and Participation

I’ll start with the exceptions: fever, vomiting, Ebola, surgery, heart attack, travel, ox in the ditch, etc. I could add to his list, but you’ve


Box Theology

Theology R. J. Rushdoony, published an essay in April of 1983, titled, “Box Theology.” I remember liking it when I first read it in 1983,