Jenna Ellis: We can’t accurately answer the question of “who do you say government is?” without answering “who do you say Jesus is?” first.
In observance of Christmas eve and Christmas we thought we’d share ten inspirational Christmas quotes with you. We think these are encouraging, we hope you do as well.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal discusses the opportunity that younger people gives the church when it comes to sharing faith and truth in a secular world.
The current condition of the Church requires an accurate, Biblical definition of revival. The many fallacies of revival cause confusion within the Church.
Shane Vander Hart: Though Jesus came in the likeness of sinful flesh, He speaks with divine authority and His every word is of crucial importance to us.
Shane Vander Hart: There are many voices vying for our attention in this world. Who are we listening to? Be sure you are listening to the right voice.
Shane Vander Hart: When you are struggling with past sin, face self-doubt, are depressed and in the dumps, experience pain and hurt, look to Jesus.
Shane Vander Hart: Don’t pass people by. Give encouraging words, pray for those you meet, find a practical way to serve, & share the hope you have in Jesus.
Robin Williams in the height of his despair chose his own physical death. We all have the choice of life or death, despair or hope before us today.
…sounds like the beginning of a bad joke. And a couple of news stories occurring this week are proving that nearly true. Pope Francis, fresh off granting plenary indulgences to 1,000s of young people just for showing up to one of his gigs (sorry, Martin Luther, all that work for nothing, I guess) and for […]
My Review–– This is a fascinating little book. A friend (Brian Myers, of these Caffeinated Thoughts) sent it to me, having forgotten about reviewing it. So, here it is, a gift to me and hopefully, to you as well. The River and the Road: A Journey of Redemption is an allegory of redemption. The narrator seeks […]
Matthew was written A.D. 65-70, Mark was written A.D. 48-55, Luke was written A.D. 57-62, and John was written in A.D. 90, all of the authors were disciples of Christ or in the case of Luke, able to talk with eye witnesses about the events of Christ’s life. This is the verified truth. Any document, […]
I was listening to a call-in radio show on the way to church this past Sunday morning when I heard a caller make a statement that I hear liberals make often: “Jesus was a liberal.” The connecting of his dots consisted of the numerous commands and examples of Jesus helping the needy and the extensive […]
In June, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force drafted a recommendation that “clinicians screen women of childbearing age for intimate partner violence (IPV), such as domestic violence, and provide or refer women who screen positive to intervention services,” extending the call to include even those “women who do not have signs or symptoms of abuse.” […]
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 […]
I was just talking to a friend at breakfast. We are frequently on opposite sides of the fence, but enjoy the banter. At one point today, while on a different subject, he said that that there are many ways to God. “Then do you reject Jesus’ words as something someone made up?” He answered that […]