All posts in " Cana "

Throwing a party with a purpose

By Dave Henning / April 25, 2022

“Throwing a party might be one of the most natural things a Christ-follower can do.  It might be one of the most spiritual things a Christ-follower can do. . . .  What kind of party?  A party with a purpose.  A party that points people to Jesus. . . . that brings joy to people […]


Somewhere between Cana and Capernaum?

By Dave Henning / January 9, 2021

“What about you?  Do you find yourself somewhere between Cana and Capernaum?  Like the official, you offered a heartfelt prayer.  You begged Jesus for help.  And, like the official, you didn’t receive the answer in the way you wanted.  Consequently, here you are, doing your best to place one foot in front of the other, […]


Contingent faith = sidewalk chalk

By Dave Henning / January 8, 2021

“Contingent faith is the faith of sidewalk chalk; it’s beautiful when the sun shines, but it washes away when the rain falls.”- Max Lucado “As he traveled through Galilee, [Jesus] came to Cana, where he had turned water into wine.  There was a government official in nearby Capernaum whose son was very sick.  When he […]

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