"Where in your life do you need to know that "it is finished"? Where in your life are you still trying to earn your way, prove your worth, control your future, or get what's already yours in Christ? What responsibility do you take as your own that was never yours to begin with? "It is … Continue reading Finished
"In the age of #MeToo, where women are encouraged to tell their stories and be heard, where liberals are demanding the public trust women, I implore the nation to hear me out, to trust me. There is such little tolerance for women on the national stage who don’t agree with the hosts of The View … Continue reading Unintended Consequences
"The challenge before us then, is not merely to do what God says because He is God, but to desire what God says because He is good. The challenge is not merely to pursue righteousness, but to prefer righteousness. The challenge is to get up in the morning and prayerfully meditate on the Scriptures until … Continue reading The Real Deal
Hustle is an idol if it leads you to cut ethical corners in order to stand out in a competitive world. Katelyn Beaty I for one am completely fascinated by this past weeks crazy college recruiting scandal. The well-oiled machine that is our national media never misses a beat. I've been trying to understand why it … Continue reading On Colleges and Keeping Up
The supermarket Peeps are out. This can only mean one thing: on to the next religious/commercial season! In about a week, Catholics and some Christians will observe Ash Wednesday and begin the season of Lent, a time of remembering the wilderness journey of Jesus and His ultimate sacrifice for us. Much like Advent, Lent is … Continue reading To Lent… Or Not To Lent?
"At that time there was no king in Israel. People did whatever they felt like doing." (Judges 21:25) This is the last verse in the book of Judges. I read it and turned the page to see what came next, but that's it: there was no king and the people just did whatever they wanted. … Continue reading Human Altars, Life Mottos, and Beth Moore
"A mob of secular Puritans..." I read that phrase this morning in a Wall Street Journal article and it really struck a chord with me. It was a write up on the recent hysteria over the fact that the Vice President's wife, Karen Pence, works at a Christian school that is... well... Christian. This past week has … Continue reading Secular Puritains