How has Trump Changed the Republican Party? The reason Trump is such a huge factor today within the church has… Read more Trump: The Wild Card
What do rocks and paper have to do with a heart for God?
#013 Blog: Excerpt 05 Static Beliefs are stuck like a goiter on the neck of the bride of Christ—the Church In… Read more Static Beliefs and the Bride of Christ
Why are Christians taking what Trump has said to the extreme? 36 “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment… Read more Don Said it. I Believe it. That Settles it.
In this book we will get into some of these questions as well as discuss some possible techniques to use in de-polarizing the political climate within a congregation. These techniques are expressly designed for—not just easing in-house tensions—but for finding real solutions to fundamental problems within the community’s socio/political dynamic.
The term “feminazi” is an insult ONLY if we choose to view it as an insult! Another way to think of it as a badge of honor. If you read the preceding article (pt. 1) you will understand the reason I’m making this claim. The attitude of the one on the receiving end of such an insult determines whether or not it will hurt them or heal them; offend them or embolden them!
Who is God? Excerpt from Christianity in the Age of Trump Trump and the Christian right In 2016 Donald Trump… Read more A Rift Divides our Belief About Who God Actually Is!
Upon first consideration of the term “feminazi”, our response might be a negative one. This response, however may well be incorrect, let me explain! “Feminazi” is a term that was originated by Rush Limbaugh many years ago and he meant it as a putdown to whomever he tagged it with.
This Easter, Christians everywhere will be celebrating the resurrection of Jesus. Physically they can’t be together as a community; however, they will be carrying the spirit of the risen savior in their hearts. The most important thing to them, whether they can gather in a worship service to celebrate the Easter event or not, is that Christ died, rose from the dead and offered them eternal salvation. Essentially, this is why they are Christians.
If you read to the end of the betrayal account, you’ll see that once Jesus allowed Himself to be taken into custody, bound and abused by His captors, Judas realized what a terrible and tragic mistake he had made. So pungent was his regret over his actions, the scriptures report, that Judas went out and hanged himself.