Why is it easier to tear something down?

When I was a kid, my aunt paid me to come destroy a fence in her yard. She was getting rid of it and going to build a new one. A child at the time, I knew I could destroy something. Especially if I was being paid! But I wasn’t equipped to build. It was... Continue Reading →

take the risk of being proven wrong

Dr. Preston Sprinkle wrote these timely words I would like to share and comment on: "You can't disagree until you actually understand what it is you're disagreeing with. Real dialogue in search of the truth only happens when people on both sides of a conversation are willing to hear all the evidence, even evidence that threatens... Continue Reading →

How to Eat Your Bible [a book review]

Have we been doing it wrong? Have we been taught faulty strategies? It’s something every Christian knows they should do. Many even desire to do it. But desire and action don’t always line up. It’s something every Christian has heard about, been encouraged to do, and probably even tried to do at some point. But... Continue Reading →

Prayer IS the Battle

I was reading this past week and came across a quote by Oswald Chambers. Though the quote is attributed to others as well, such as Leonard Ravenhill. I honestly don't know all that much about Oswald, or Leonard, but I've seen him quoted a decent amount by various Christian authors I read and respect. And... Continue Reading →

What if you were the only one?

"Would you be willing to shine your light, even if you were the only one?" It can be hard. It can be discouraging. It can be lonely. It can be costly. But it is worth it. Would you shine your light for the glory of God, even if you were the only one?

What would Jesus say?

It’s been popular for a long time… It’s been on T-shirts and wristbands and bumper stickers… WWJD: What Would Jesus Do? It's a great question to ask, facing many different situations and circumstances. I would love to see this question come back into popularity, and actually change what we do and how we live. Asking... Continue Reading →

Dangerous Virtues book review

Dangerous Virtues: How to Follow Jesus When Evil Masquerades as Good by John KoesslerMy rating: 4 of 5 starsThere are many books written that will not stand the test of time. They are nice books, helpful for a moment, but not enduring.This book, Dangerous Virtues, is not one of those. I believe it is a... Continue Reading →

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