Jesus’ Upcoming Departure and The Coming of the Holy Spirit

In this episode, Pastor Eric Brown and Thomas Lemke discuss Jesus' upcoming departure, and what is means that the Holy Spirit is coming. Deep wells here, to be sure; much deeper than the sleep [...]

New HT Conference App

It is with great thanks to Stan Lemon (HT Board of Director) that we are excited to announce a new mobile app for Higher Things® Conferences. This app is available on both iOS and Android platforms.

Mini-Series Episode 4: James Chapter 4

As Pastors Riley and Brown go through James 4, they look at the foolishness that our desires and a love of the world can drive us to. Pastor Gillespie once again produces with cool jazz [...]

Do All Dogs Go to Heaven?

Do all dogs go to heaven? Will Pastor Borghardt see his dog, Thor, in heaven? Hear Pastor Borghardt's answer in this week's Video Short.

Christian Life – Not a Walk in the Garden

In this episode Pastor Eric Brown and Thomas Lemke discuss the conversation between the disciples and Jesus on the way to the garden. It is becoming evident through Jesus' words that a Christian [...]

Trinity 5 through Trinity 10 Reflections Now Available

Higher Things presents the next set of Daily reflections for the weeks of Trinity 5 through 10, June 26 through August 6, 2016.

Episode 42: “When Jesus Jumps The Shield Wall” (Part 2)

Part 2! As sinners, we think about our relationships selfishly, wondering, "What's in it for me?" We even rank peoples' value the same way. This way of thinking really becomes a big problem when [...]

I AM the Vine

In this episode, Pastor Eric Brown and Thomas Lemke go deep on the Holy Spirit. Then, they examine Jesus' next "I AM" statement—where he compares himself to a vine, and the disciples to branches [...]

Mini-Series Episode 3: James Chapter 3

In James 3, Pastors Riley and Brown examine the dangers of an unchecked tongue that forgets the centrality of mercy in the Christian faith and life. God is to set the tone for how we speak for [...]

A Tale of Toenails

So yes, the toenails don't look like much. For the most part they just sit there. At times they can look as ugly as the calloused and blistered hands that serve them. Still, they are the body of [...]