Tag: Sin

Killing Sin

As I was listening to a sermon recently from a well-known Pastor, he shared a story about his mom giving him a Bible with a very impactful sentence she had written in the front. It said, “This book will keep […]

Are You a Manzanita Tree?

Manzanita tree. I had never heard of such a thing until my wife and I were knee-deep in planning our wedding. To be honest, she was planning the wedding, I was pretending to be useful. I’ll never forget when she […]

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.

5 Strategies For a Christ-Centered Home

How in the world are we going to raise godly kids in a sin-centered culture? For well over a decade, social media has evolved and exploded from days of primitive “My Space” accounts that had teens glued to the family […]

The Holy Spirit: Triumph or Tragedy?

There is a member of the Holy Trinity that is most neglected, misunderstood, and misrepresented, yet, He is an integral and equal part of the Godhead. Many of His works go unnoticed, while many foolish and outlandish practices are credited […]

Why Pray

As a Christian matures, learning that God is sovereign, omniscient, and unchangeable, he will begin asking important questions such as, “Why do I need to pray?” Sometimes a quick answer will be flung back to him, “Because God told us […]

Salvation Belongs to the Lord

Salvation is the work of God. It is He alone who quickens the soul “dead in…trespasses and sins,”1 and He it is who maintains the soul in its spiritual life. He is both “Alpha and Omega.” “Salvation belongs to the LORD!” […]

The Worldly Church

“That very church which the world likes best is sure to be the church which God abhors.” -Spurgeon In Revelation 2:12-17 we read of a church in the city called Pergamum. The Roman writer Pliny called Pergamum, “The most distinguished […]