It is Finished! Anyone who is a follower of Christ knows how beautiful reconciliation with God is. We who were once dead in our trespasses and sins have now been made alive. This new life was given to us as a gift as a result of Christ's sacrificial death on behalf of undeserving sinners (Eph 2:1; Col. 2:13).... Continue Reading →
There is a new breed of theologians that is taking the evangelical church by storm. These theologians are unlike the ones in times past who were known for their unwavering commitment to the word of God. These theologians are in step with the times and culturally relevant. They are experts on topics like sociology, western... Continue Reading →
Only buy what you have the cash for Train yourself not to spend money you don't have in hand. Contrary to popular opinion you really don't need a credit card. Don't be like everyone else who is drowning in debt, whose place of living is filled with unpaid stuff that they will be working to pay off for... Continue Reading →
I have often found myself refreshed by Proverbs 7. Although the chapter is a chilling reminder of the end of a person who does not resist sin; it also contains the very tools needed to resist sin in one's life, especially sexual sin. To be clear, the principles in this proverb can be applied to... Continue Reading →
1. The Woke Church Movement will ultimately fail in its mission because it undermines the Gospel's application of justification by Faith Alone. If you're white, then you have privilege and if you have privilege but refuse to acknowledge and renounce it then you are branded as an enemy to the Woke Church. It isn't enough that... Continue Reading →
Scripture is clear on the fact that God sees all and hears all. God heard the cries of Abel as He was being murdered by his brother. God saw the injustice of one man shedding the blood of an image bearer, and the only reason God asks Cain for the location of his brother was to highlight the fact that God knew about Cain’s heinous act and Cain was guilty before God.
Social Justice Warrior: a person who advocates a progressive orthodoxy, often on the Internet, especially involving the treatment of ethnic, racial, gender, or gender-identity minorities. Standing for the oppressed I used to be a Social Justice Warrior. For the record, I hated when that phrase was used against me. Those three words were constantly being flung... Continue Reading →