Many people are overwhelmed by the idea of picking up a Bible to read it.Continue reading “The Bible: Where do we begin?”
Whether you’re a new Christian or you’re a Christian who suddenly realizes you have no idea where to start when it comes to prayer and Bible study, hopefully this will help.Continue reading “Devotional Life: A Starting Place”
Social media is not the place to have a nuanced discussion.
Plus, when did we all become our own publicists? We all suddenly have to make public statements of where we stand on every issue that hits the air waves.Continue reading “FB Isn’t the Place”
It’s increasingly difficult to live in a state that takes radical control in the name of “saving lives.” Abortion providers like Planned Parenthood are not required to report abortions while deaths as a result of the Coronavirus are over reported and misreported.Continue reading “It’s Increasingly Difficult”
Did you notice it?
It seemed like it happened quickly, but it actually was already there, hidden under a whole bunch of stuff.Continue reading “It Happened So Quickly”
This is our Christian confidence. When a Christian says, “I do not fear death!” Or “God will protect me!” We must understand that we do have confidence that God can, by His mercy in hearing our prayers, bring us healing in this life. However, the sure promise that we have through Christ is eternal life whether our time before the resurrection is cut short. Take a look at this beautiful excerpt from Luther that I found in The Treasury of Daily Prayer for Monday Easter 3 relating to our confidence surrounding death.Continue reading “O death, I will be thy plagues”
Word Fitly Spoken had a great podcast the other day on how to live as a Christian. The emphasis being, “We live lives set apart from the world.” 1 John 2:15.Continue reading “Godliness in the Christian Life”
Keep remembering the 8th Commandment…Continue reading “So Many Strawmen”