The church has given non-believers cause to blaspheme the name of God. How have we done this and how can this error be avoided?
Jesus’ statement, “upon this rock I will build my church,” was a declaration of ownership. In this post, I catalog five implications of this truth.
If I feel entitled, I complain about my job. If I am thankful, I am grateful to have a job. If feel entitled, I complain about the meal I’m eating. If I am thankful, I am grateful to have food on the table. If I feel entitled, I complain that the government does not do […]
Whether you are elated or depressed about the result of the election, it is good to keep in mind that politics cannot solve the problems we face. The church is not, nor should it be a political institution.
A recent USAToday article expressed surprise about the lack of impact the boycott of Chick-fil-A produced. I offer some thoughts on why the boycott failed.
At the DNC, it was announced that the word God was added back to the party platform. The change was booed by the delegates. How should we respond?