There are two types of people in the world: those who believe everything is coincidental and meaningless and those who don’t. … Six Reasons to Trust the Bible
On November 4, 1956 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a letter that he wrote as if it were from the apostle Paul to the church in America. It is as applicable, if not more, today as it was then. I encourage you, on this Holiday marking the life of a great man, to take the time to read it. … Dr. MLK Jr.’s Letter to America
Take a moment to check out this awesome video: the first part of the video is a depiction of the development of a baby human and the second part is a series of real, unedited images from space. And I want you to consider this as you watch it: God did this. Reflect on that. Ask God to help you see him for who he is.
I was reading recently about King Louis XIV of France. Louis was crowned king at age 4 and was the longest reigning king of any major European country in history. … Only God is Great
I’ve spent some time over the last few days reflecting on the past year and beyond. One thing that has struck me particularly hard this year is the simple fact that 2015 is over. I am increasingly amazed at the rapid pace of life and change. … It is Well With My Soul. How’s yours?
I know, I know. With a title like that, I’m obviously going to join the ranks of the church and Christian-bashers out there and set out on an explanation of what’s wrong with all the other Christians.
I am extremely saddened by the recent shootings at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College. My heartfelt prayers go out to the families of the deceased – I simply cannot imagine the pain and hurt that would come from losing a loved one, especially a child. And I share this today, honestly, without totally understanding how they feel. How could I? However, I truly believe that God’s grace is big enough to help these families through this. I truly believe that God’s grace is big enough to heal the pain. I truly believe that God’s grace is big enough even to help these people to forgive the person who brought this evil and pain into their lives.
I’ve noticed a recent trend on social media that is especially ridiculous even for social media standards. It goes something like this: “People who oppose abortion (or sometimes specifically, ‘Christians who oppose abortion…’) and who also express concerns or opposition to accepting Syrian refugees are stupid and / or hypocritical.” This is, of course, as I noted, ridiculous and, in fact, in many cases hypocritical itself. … Are Syrian Refugees Really the Same as Unborn Children?
Do you mind me calling you that? I heard that’s what some people call you.
Ok fine, that might be a little dramatic, but this quote definitely scores pretty low in my book.