So often, we all fall into the trap of doubting our abilities and our influence. If we wallow in these doubts long enough, we may even begin to doubt our motivations. Nowhere does this self-doubt play out more than in our Christian walks. We become scared to talk to people about Jesus or to correct … Continue reading Self-Doubt: A Choice Battle Ground for Satan
Be forewarned- ranting is involved here. I rant because I am tired of non-believers rebuking Christians. Or, more to the point, I am tired of Christians allowing non-believers to rebuke them. Indulge me, and let me start out with a personal story. A while back I found that someone was publicly complaining about coming to … Continue reading The Standards of the World
I have seen several articles recently about Chik-fil-a. People I know are posting about how awful they are on Facebook. I have heard the president called a bigot (that’s the nicest name I’ve heard) in several instances. Why? Because he openly stated the company supports the biblical family unit. This is a Christian owned company … Continue reading It’s Okay to Have an Opinion, as Long as it’s the Right One
Before you get angry about the title, hear me out. I want you to think of someone you know who is homosexual (I’m pretty sure most people know at least one person). Keep this person in mind as I explain why I think Christians would benefit from a lesson from the homosexual population. Do you … Continue reading Why Christians Should be More Like Homosexuals
As parents, we have received a gift from God, and it is our responsibility to cherish and preserve this gift. The question to ask here is what does this responsibility entail for us? God has given us the answer to this question throughout the scriptures. 1) We are supposed to teach our children. As parents, … Continue reading What is a Parent’s Responsibility to Their Children?