Much attention has been given to the rise of the nones and rightly so. This person needs someone or something to facilitate the process of moving him or her toward being able to even consider the life and message of Christ.
We often measure the significance of a job by its perceived value from the eternal perspective. Does God see things that way?
Using a series of six “disputations,” Malachi writes to (1) rebuke Israel’s apathy, (2) recall the people to covenant loyalty, and (3) reassure God’s people of the coming Day of the Lord.
It’s here in the U.S., in the Western world more generally, where so much less is at stake that we offer up such pathetic reasons (at least I suspect God considers them pathetic) for not joining together with fellow believers on a regular, weekly basis. And almost all of the excuses are anthropocentric rather than Christocentric.
A lot of people say they want peace more than anything, but they do a lot of things that create conflict.
In case you’ve lost track of who’s who among the singing shows, Danny Gokey placed third on season eight of American Idol.
HELP! Someone I Love has Cancer is a very good resource.
Iinstead of worrying about WHY you're so disorganized, concentrate on making the situation BETTER.
Poor Jason Bourne. The hero of Robert Ludlum’s string of best-selling novels has lived a most woeful existence since we met him in the Mediterranean Sea.
What are the consequences when politicians lie? Dr. Roger shares his thoughts on how governments can influence nations for good or for evil.
If you are entering or still in your twenties, do not sit these years out. Love God and love people now.
I am encouraged that Mormons are leaving their faith in record numbers, and I believe this trend will continue. Sadly, many leave the LDS church and have no idea where to turn.
Everything God does in our lives is for our benefit, including suffering. Though they never seem pleasant at the time, hard times produce wonderful benefits in our lives.
- July 07, 2014 |
In the Garden of Eden, there was no scarcity. The man and the woman worked joyfully to bring order to God’s creation.
Pastor Brian Croft gives specific ways men must put off lies and put on truths.
Despite its many good qualities, reading Flying Shoes was like being trapped on a cross-country bus ride with a bunch of rehab dropouts.
The beautiful art of comparison leaves of dry, empty, and always wanting more.
- July 03, 2014 |