Collin Bredemuehl: Can bad theology create a false flag? Can bad theology create a situation where someone else deceived so that they would sin as the seeming right choice?
“The Gospel Way” offers a theologically rich guide to praise God for His salvation and pray that it will permeate every aspect of our life.
The FAMiLY Leader’s 2016 Family Leadership Summit did not have a single politician speak and instead focused on prayer and developing a Christian worldview.
Shane Vander Hart: How much different would life be if we just kept the perspective that we are to do all (work, play, etc.) for God’s glory and praise?
Yesterday, I posted an article on the newest phenomenon in the publishing world. Today I want to explore the reasons fueling the popularity of Fifty Shades of Grey, and examine why we as believers should be concerned with the foothold it occupies in the American psyche. BLACK AND WHITE AND GRAY AREAS Torture, rape, and […]
Romans 7:24 “O wretched man that I am! Who will deliver me from this body of death?” I do not believe that God is as interested in perfecting us as He is in perfecting LOVE within us. For our sins were nailed to the cross with Jesus Christ and there is nothing we may add […]
As I mentioned last week, the Great Commission & Commandment are directly connected to the Covenant set up with Adam, Abraham, Noah and so on…The overarching Story of God seems to set up a direct link to the home and family. Check these verses out: Genesis 18:19 “For I have chosen him, so that he will […]
This book comes at a timely moment for me, as pastor of a church that is concerned about continuing a pattern of godly, biblical training for all ages. For the last 15 years, we’ve attempted (not without struggles, mind you) to create a more favorable multi-generational approach to Christian Education. We don’t want our children […]
I’m excited to be blogging for Caffeinated Thoughts. I’ve been a blogger for several years – most recently with Cory Center for Children’s Ministry – and am excited to have an outlet for my thoughts. Here’s a little bit of my story: I grew up a pretty normal kid, went to church every week, went […]
8 Finally, all of you, have unity of mind, sympathy, brotherly love, a tender heart, and a humble mind. 9 Do not repay evil for evil or reviling for reviling, but on the contrary, bless, for to this you were called, that you may obtain a blessing. 10 For “Whoever desires to love life and […]
The first edition of Latte Links this year as I sit poolside at the Holiday Inn Express in Valparaiso, IN. Radar Online: Oops! Wikipedia Pronounced Rush Limbaugh Dead (HT: News Reel Blog). His hospitalization is bringing out the hate brigade. January is National Mentoring Month Congrats to Iowa State beating Minnesota 14-13 in the Insight […]
1. Craig Robinson – “At The Intersection of Faith and Politics” Ever since the Iowa Supreme Court issued decision allowing gay marriage in Iowa, my faith has been intertwined with my politics. To be honest, the two have been a jumbled mess for most of my life. My faith instills in me principles that are […]
Biblical Ignorance – White Horse Inn Podcast With Dr. Michael Horton: In our own informal surveys conducted over the years, the majority Christians we’ve interviewed cannot name the Ten Commandments or define crucial biblical doctrines such as justification or imputation. So why is biblical ignorance so common among Christians today? Michelle Malkin – Washington Can’t […]
1. I’m concerned about what is going on in Mexico with drug cartels and their overall instability. A few links for you to check out: Disorder on the border over at Intellectual Redneck, Tracy Karol posted on Texas’ role regarding what is happening in Northern Mexico, a post on Mexican security at Alamo City Pundit […]
I’ve been reading a book called, I Became a Christian and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt by Vince Antonucci, and it’s great. There are a couple thoughts in the book that lead me to this post. 1. “If all a Christian has to do is stay on the straight and narrow path of […]