Posts by Jason Caywood

RW BLOG JUNE 2024

Sin, Grace and Sincerity by Jason Caywood Recently I heard a story of a family friend who was a believer and is now in the Lord’s Presence due to the passing of death. At one point in his life he realized that he needed the Lord Jesus to save him. He told a friend, “My heart is black and full of sin.” He knew that he needed the grace the Gospel proclaims and did embrace the Lord Jesus and he…

RW Blog MAY 2024 – Jason Caywood

Addiction as a Negative Mirror of the Law by Jason Caywood              Life experience can be and should be for us a potent tool in God’s hands. That is, if one is willing to open one’s will to listen to wisdom and discretion. The key is always our willingness to listen and thus heed the truth we know. Yet the Lord never ceases to bear witness to the truth and to lovingly guide those willing to heed him. In my experience…

RW Blog October 2023 – Jason Caywood

Marching on the Trees by Jason Caywood One of the repeated refrains from the narrative historical sections of the Hebrew Scripture (Old Testament) is that God must go before the people of Israel for them to have victory. Many Psalms praise this facet of God’s activity in the history of Israel and some lament God’s apparent absence from Israel’s political and military challenges. But the core conviction remains the same: God must be present with his people for them to succeed…

Jason – 1st quarter 2023

Contours of Transformation (Part 2) Recently the tree in the front yard of my house had to be cut down completely. There were some signs of ill health on the tree. The bark was peeling off on its own, some of the branches were obviously dead and on very windy days it appeared to be swaying back and forth at the trunk. What we did not discover till after we had someone cut it down and then cut into pieces…

RW Blog – April 2022

The Gift of Disruptionby Jason Caywood What strange circumstances have been thrust upon us these last couple of years. Much has been said about the impact of the spread of the covid-19 virus, from concerns about economic impact, people losing their jobs, concerns for public health and the impeding of civil and constitutional rights by officials in government. Many more words, both useful and useless, will pour forth in the coming months and years. I have been pondering these questions:…