If it is true that Jesus paid it all, that “it is finished”, that my value, worth, security, freedom, justification, and so on is forever fixed, then why do anything?
- April 22, 2013 |
6 ways to help your future college student graduate without owing a penny.
- April 22, 2013 |
We tend to forget that God never promises us happy endings until we get to Heaven, which is really more of a glorious beginning.
Sometimes as believers, I think we need to learn the battles to fight and the ones to let go. It seems to me that many believers (people) are always looking for a fight.
Ever had your best intentions fail? 5 Practices for living out of God's best instead of your best
If you’re a parent, I’m guessing you’re well aware of how challenging that can be. Even the statistics bear out the struggle we face. The exact percentages are up for debate, but we know that a significant number of kids walk out the church doors after high school graduation and never return. Why?
A spouse who is willing to take any necessary steps to regain trust is more trustworthy than someone prideful, closed and resistant.
Abortion is not a new issue. It wasn’t even particularly novel in the first century. In fact, various ways of causing an abortion had been in use for a long time before Christ walked the earth. But what did the earliest Christians think of such practices?
Here's my response to a question I received from "A Stressed Dad.'
In days of such uncertainty when any public event can become a tragedy, how should we respond?
“My husband’s ex-wife attacks us frequently in front of the kids and manipulates them constantly. How do we deal with this?”
Christians are rightly and necessary concerned about leadership, but many Christians seem to aim no higher than secular standards and visions of leadership.
In a review in 2011, I wrote of I Am Empire’s debut release Kings that “for a band barely two years old, it promises much more good to come.”
God has used my lack of limbs to draw people to me so I can inspire and encourage them with my messages of faith, hope, and love.
Yesterday, Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., led a Special Order hour before Congress to raise awareness about abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s murder trial and the mainstream media’s refusal to cover it.
When it comes to a professional career, what percentage of people do you think are doing what they really want to do?
What makes 42, the story of Jackie Robinson, such an inspiring story?
Yesterday I was typing the name “Kermit Gosnell,” and my phone auto-corrected the name to “gospel.” I shuddered momentarily.
Each month we pray this will be the month only to experience disappointment again, our hopes like shifting sand beneath our feet.