Is the support of traditional marriage the same as supporting racial discrimination? How are we to respond to those who think so?
Jesus told his disciples that to enter Heaven, their righteousness would have to surpass that of the Pharisees. How could this be done? Should we throw in the towel or is there an answer to this problem?
Jesus used a humorous illustration to caution us against finding fault with our brothers. We must first remove the log from our own eye.
Several church groups this summer have either abandoned traditional marriage or are considering doing so. My question is why call your religion Christian if you do not wish to obey Christ?
The recent flap over Dan Cathy’s in support of marriage highlights the church’s need to respond to the moral chaos around us. This post provides some things to consider as we respond.
Human leaders will fail us, no matter how good their intentions. Psalm 23 reminds us that God alone is the shepherd that will care for us no matter what.
While we might view a crowd as an inconvenience, Jesus viewed the crowd as an opportunity to meet their physical and spiritual needs. There is much we can learn from Jesus’ feeding of the 4,000 as recorded in Mark 8.
It is important to think about what we say to a world that needs Jesus. Some of our cliches are not helpful. In this post I consider one and explain why I think this cliche should be avoided.