We all have that person in our life that we have tried to win to Christ. But for some reason, they have refused to believe even after so many years of fervent evangelism. Whether it is a friend, parent, or child, our hearts agonize over those whom we love, and we continue to hope and … More God Saves the Hopeless Cases
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
Confidence is a struggle. Human perception can paralyze people and cause them to second guess their actions. It leads to overthinking circumstances and issues that bring the fear of man to a person’s life and introduce inaction or strong senses of inability. This shows that people pleasing is a terrible master. Contrary to popular thought, … More Do You Need More Confidence?
I’d like to introduce you to what has been on repeat on my driving play list for awhile. This song is called, “Look What God Has Done” by Ghost Ship. Disclaimer(s): I am not a musical expert. The opinions I give are just my thoughts as a listener. The passages and theological observations made are … More Music Monday: “Look What God Has Done” by Ghost Ship
Our most recent message in the Worldview & Evangelism series was from brother Vincent Sapitan. Nominal Christians are people who are Christian in “name only” and nothing else. These individuals profess to be Christians yet their hearts have not truly been changed, evidenced by their lifestyle and lack of fruit-bearing. Brother Vincent explains the danger of … More W&E: Nominal Christianity