Contend, Dear Ones

Heidi St. John is a Christian writer and leader of 'Momstrong International', an organization focused on equipping moms to raise confident and wise warriors for Christ in today's sin-sick world. She has a great website which I link at the bottom here, but I wanted to share her thoughts from an upcoming Bible study on... Continue Reading →

The Game Plan

“You want to save America? Here’s the plan. This is the play we need to run, on three. Love your wife. Respect and obey your husband. Control your temper. Stop drinking so much. Learn to be as precise and as honest in your business dealings as a person can be. Get your kids a Christian education. Bring your family to church, every... Continue Reading →

Fault Lines

We have an opportunity to say to a world seeking the false, inadequate, burdensome law, "we have something better; something more." God's law in the life of the believer manifests as vertical and horizontal love: We love God, so we keep His commandments, and in doing so, we love our neighbor. This cannot be legislated.Voddie... Continue Reading →

Rebellion

I have gone out of my way to be provocative, mischievous, and unclear, reflecting my belief that clarity is sometimes overrated, and that shock, obscurity, playfulness, and intrigue (carefully articulated) often stimulate more thought than clarity. There is great danger in the quest to be right.Brian McLaren, A Generous Orthodoxy Yesterday I pondered the idea... Continue Reading →

Rebellious Songs

There's a reason the enemy doesn't want you to sing, and that's because it glorifies God and it changes you. What you sing is what you reflect on. Singing is meditation. Singing is worship. Songs get "stuck" inside of you. Songs move you in one direction or the other. Worship is warfare. A singing people... Continue Reading →

Wielding and Yielding

First we practice sin, then defend it, then boast of it.Thomas Manton Photo courtesy Pinterest Every single day we wake up to a world fueled by emotion, desperate for affirmation, and fragile to a frightening degree. Dull or deaf to the truth, quick to react but slow to understand. There's my happy, peppy take on... Continue Reading →

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