This final video makes a point that is near and dear to me.



This one is just a short meditation on the Lord’s Supper. This sacrament (or ordinance) is a simple act that packs a lot of meaning. In it we are invited to partake in the body and blood of our savior, as a reminder of who he is and what he has done for us. One of the names for this ceremony is “the eucharist,” which comes from a Greek word meaning “thanksgiving.”

Raid On Hell

One of my favorite bits of Christian legend that has no basis in Scriptures is the Harrowing of Hell. Supposedly between Christ’s death and resurrection, he descended into Hell to confront Satan and the armies of darkness and set free all the Old Testament saints who had been waiting for salvation. I’ve read some dark age poetry in my time, so I thought I would try to channel a little bit of that into my own retelling of the Harrowing of Hell. Hope you enjoy.

PS– Ten points to the person who notices my mistake in the video, left over from an earlier draft. Twenty points to anyone who can explain it away for me.