Our nation is filled with death, destruction, disease, and division. For the American, the nation is figuratively and literally on fire. In the midst of chaos, it can feel as though our entire world is burning. But history is full of world-burning events like these. We have cycled through eras of confusion and turmoil and … More When the World Burns, What Do We Do?
This is a season of panic and disaster preparation. People are stocking up on food, water, and guns, and doomsday preppers are saying, “I told you so.” If things settle down, it really won’t be long until the next disaster comes and we cycle through all this again. Preparation and panic may seem like the … More Are You Prepared or Panicked?
“Hindsight is 20/20.” It is a statement that addresses the understand that comes with looking to the past after it has already happened. In a year where everyone is grasping a 20/20 vision for the present, it may do us well to consider the future as it relates to the past. Believers have been guaranteed … More Looking Back, We’ll Know Why This Happened
This post is not intended for me to overvalue or undervalue certain parts of the physical gathering. This post simply expresses my current state of emotions regarding the things I miss most about going to church on Sunday. * Background: this post was written during the COVID-19 pandemic. During this pandemic all social gatherings (not … More What I Miss About the Physical Gathering of the Local Church
In the middle of the coronavirus crisis, it should not surprise us that in our partisan culture, people are attempting to attribute blame before we are even out of the crisis. Some claim that the government could have done a better job at “prevention” if another Republican was in office or if a Democrat held … More Government Cannot Save You