A few days ago I received a Facebook message from a homeschool mother who was very angry about my book, Courtship in Crisis, which she had not read. The message came to me while I was feeling low, so I did something I don’t normally do to people who send me angry Facebook messages. I responded.
Thomas’ sermon about the most mysterious woman in the old testament. We don’t even know her name but she wrote one of the most famous passages in the Bible. Find out who she is by reading this post.
Praying aloud can be scary particularly in a group setting where others can agree or disagree.
We live in a world spoken into existence. The power of God’s tongue created the world. He made us in His image and our tongues have power as well.
Someone once asked me. “Why should we bother to voice our prayers when God already knows our thoughts?” In response I have come up with four benefits to praying aloud.
You may not know Charity Chambers but she is an up an coming poet. Unfortunately, she has no blog so it is hard to read her work. The good news is that she gave me permission to publish this poem.
What do we do about the other cancer cells in the Body of Christ? Here is what Jesus has to say about it.
The problem with cancer is not that it causes harm (like a virus). The problem is that cancer cells do nothing.
Why is lying wrong? Because it hurts people or because God said not to do it? Here are seven reasons why I think sarcasm is unhealthy and wrong.
“Success is a poor teacher.” My dad must have repeated this maxim a hundred times as I grew up. There are some lessons that only failure can teach. If you want to mature, you need to fail. Jesus failed. So should we.
In recent years religion has become the whipping boy of society. The left says that organized religion is the root of all evil. The right considers religion a bad word insisting that “being a Christian is all about a relationship and not about religion.” Some Christians even go so far as to pray against the […]