Is there ever a good reason to sin?
I know that most would say no without even thinking about it.
But what if your sin brings glory to God?
Let's be honest for a moment. Most people in America worship a genie!
Have you ever had a difficult time understanding what you read in the Bible? We all have at some point.
Young eager minds have much to consider when it comes to life and faith. Once such question I have received over and again is “How do we know which books belong in the Bible?”
As I sit in my living room watching the Patriots game I cant help but notice the absolute mastery their offensive players have of their playbook.
Jesus made us under-shepherds to go and shepherd the flock
To keep'm away from wolves and move'm close to the Rock
Teach'm how to pray, fast and read the Tanakh
From N.T. to O.T., Revelation to Lot
Prayer is like oxygen for the Christian.
What could God do in our churches through congregations who play their position?
Youth Pastors will encounter questions and issues from youth and friends of youth during the most influential time in their young lives. Just as many questions as any Senior or Associate Pastor would encounter.
Church Hopping may be popular, but is it healthy for your growth?
Those evil sounds are dreadful for many people!
Now I know what you might be thinking.
“How and why on earth would you like heresy at all?”
Many years ago I met a man who's job was to look for and identify counterfeit money in the hopes of getting it out of general circulation.
Every week the Lord blesses me with the opportunity to sit and study scripture with a hand full of young men. Over the years I have noticed a number of young men who have a burning desire to know the Word of God, yet don't know where to start or how to keep what they read.
I have been trying to wrap my brain around the sad fact that men and women in todays American church (at times including myself) simply care more about comfort than discipleship.
I don't know if it is just me, but more and more I'm noticing that Christians are celebrating sin and not mourning it.