Tag: church

10 Ways to Know You’re Saved

In 1535 John Rogers translated the first full Bible into the English language. Subsequently, he was the first martyr of the reformation, burned at the stake by Queen “Bloody” Mary. As he was guided to the stake, history describes his […]

God, Greed, & the Prosperity Gospel

In Luke 12:13 someone in a large crowd yelled at Jesus, “Teacher, tell my brother to divide the family inheritance with me!” Clearly, the man yelling is the younger brother, not the older brother, because the law was clear that half of […]

Blessed is the Man That Serves

Jesus, speaking to His disciples about true greatness said, “…but whoever wishes to become great among you shall be your servant,” (Matthew 20:26b). This statement is a direct rejection of the world’s definition of greatness! Jesus desires His followers to […]

I Hairsprayed Her Clothes: Dealing With Marital Frustration & Unity

Most newlyweds have little spats; Bre and I were no different. On one particularly hot summer day, the air conditioning unit of our little condominium broke. The repairman couldn’t help for a couple of days so we were forced to […]

Summer Worries Keep You Up At Night

Its well past midnight and you can’t sleep… You toss and turn, worry after worry flooding your head. Most of the ideas aren’t related, you can’t do anything about them, and most of them won’t be remembered tomorrow, but tonight […]

Cop Killers and Victims Need Christ

Real peace and lasting change begin in the human heart.

7 Secrets to Bible Study Success

What are the odds of one library containing multiple books that speak to multiple readers, throughout history, equally and without contradiction? To answer that question is to assess the beautiful uniqueness of the Bible. Sadly, many refuse to open their […]

Don’t Ever Call Me a Baptist

I used to be a Baptist. I was saved in a Baptist church when I was five. I was baptized in that same Baptist church when I was seven. I went to a Baptist bible college and, after I graduated […]

LGBT Will Soon Put Christians on Trial

I’ve a friend whose child (1st grade) brought church Easter invitations to school last month. At noon, my friend received a voicemail from the principal stating, “Children aren’t allowed to have religious items on campus.” Long story short, my friend […]

Raising a Generous Generation

How do kids get their perspective on money?  A mature Christian woman once shared with me how her wrong view of money, and her self-centered view of giving was shaped by her childhood. Her parents fought over money, her mother […]