When society rejects, Christians should welcome. When culture ostracizes, believers should embrace. When the world “cancels,” followers of Jesus should look past mistakes.
The other day I thought to myself, “I haven’t published a blog in awhile that was controversial.” And then I decided to write on capital punishment. No, I’m kidding. But the thought did occur in my mind that writing on this would be interesting. Though this is a controverisal topic, my intention is not forContinue reading “What does the Bible say about the death penalty?”
The other day I started to think about how easily Christians are influenced. We don’t just live in the culture but we are, by every indication, being discipled by it. I wouldn’t imagine this is intentional, as I can’t fathom a Christian wanting to follow the waves of the culture rather than the firm foundationContinue reading “Who — or What — is Discipling You?”
About a week ago I told my wife I wanted to start shooting video content for my blog. She suggested doing some type of material where I talked about a theological doctrine that is impacting me each week. So, I did. Of course, this is my first video, so the quality isn’t amazing and theContinue reading “Theology of the Week: Justification by Faith Alone”
“And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28 ESV In June, my wife (Shale) and I found out that we were pregnant. We were overjoyed! About two months later, we found out there wasn’t ever a baby.Continue reading “Even the Hard Things”