Reflections on walking through hardship from James 1:2-4.
30 Day Prayer Challenge – Day 2 Reflection
So I originally posted this back in 2015, but when I came to look for it for tonight's episode of Two Wise Guys (*SPOILER ALERT*) I found the original post was missing. Well, the page was there but the content was all gone. Strange as this is, I figured it was entirely possible that I… Continue reading Christian End Times Mania! [REVISED]
1. Avoid the Ways of Sinful Men "My son, if sinful men entice you, do not give in to them." - Proverbs 1:10 Oh how many times have I thought about this? Well, maybe not this particular verse, but as a dad I've had many occasions where I've wondered what my boys will do when… Continue reading Proverbs Omnibus #2
A friend of mine posed the question a while back: "Why is gluttony so overlooked and under-preached from the pulpit?" - Jonathan; Columbia, SC A fair question, even if it does hit a little close to home for this author. But what is gluttony, really? Is it actually a sin? Either way, why don't pastors… Continue reading Q&A: What about Gluttony?
This question is timeless. It's one that we've all heard many times, and it's one that will continue to be asked until Jesus returns and puts an end to it. But how do we, as Christians answer this question? Rather than offering a simple answer, I want to break down the question itself and go… Continue reading Why Does God Allow Evil?
Read Part II: Hanukkah & the God-Man "We are not human beings on a spiritual journey; we are spiritual beings on a human journey." - Frank Burns, Pastor, South Shore Community Church The history of Hanukkah is an amazing story of devotion to God by His people in the midst of apostasy and oppression (see… Continue reading Hanukkah: Abomination & Dedication- a Practical Application