Why We Preach the Law

There was an old interview that Joel Osteen did--I think it might've been with Oprah--where he was responding to criticism that he doesn't preach enough, or at all, on sin. The citation escapes me, but he said something like, "You know, I want to encourage people. I want to make them feel better. People already... Continue Reading →

Who — or What — is Discipling You?

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 foundation... Continue Reading →

Guarding our Mouths

“Whoever guards his mouth preserves his life; he who opens wide his lips comes to ruin." (Proverbs‬ ‭13:3‬ ‭ESV‬‬) Sarcasm is my second language. Whether I am at work, in church, or simply at home with my family, many times I respond with sarcasm. And sometimes it's not the most appropriate way to respond. With... Continue Reading →

Christian, be a Peacemaker

In a culture where everybody is at each other's throats, we need a breath of fresh air--fresh air of peace among people. And this fresh air needs to be more prevalent in Christians. Constant bickering isn't getting us anywhere. This may be an election year -- and tensions are high from racial issues and COVID... Continue Reading →

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