Halloween: Should Christian Parents Participate with Their Children?
October 23, 2016
Should you dress up for Halloween parties or allow our kids to 'trick or treat'? What role do Christ-followers have within their communities? Should we Reject , Receive, or Redeem this holiday? This blog aims to uncover the complexities associated with Halloween and the Christian faith.
Voting In Light Of Eternity | Biblical Answers and Resources | Part I of III
October 16, 2016
This blog concludes the series by presenting practical biblical support and additional resources with the aim of solidifying your confidence deeper in God. 6 gospel-rooted convictions are provided to nourish your voting confidence to germinate exceedingly and beyond expectations.
Voting With Christ-Centered Confidence | Part II of III
October 9, 2016
Many naively presume that if we can somehow fix the world—or even just improve it, we consequently would be assisting God in the redemption of this nation. Is this REALLY our biblical mandate as disciples of Jesus? This blog explores how we can aim our vote with Christ-centered confidence.
Uncovering The Complexity Of The Christian Vote | Part I of III
October 2, 2016
In the wake of our nation's presidential election, one can almost feel the collective panic of God's church within our country. Who should we vote for that would please the Lord? How can I vote for a party that opposes fundamental biblical truths? This blog explores the complexities of the Christian vote.
Proclaim: Our Responsibility Unleashed
July 24, 2016
Proclaiming Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. It’s something we all should do more often yet seem to never do enough. Why is that? What holds us back from our gospel responsibility? This poem explores those questions and provides encouragement to those who struggle to share their faith.
Who Is Lord Over My Decisions?
January 17, 2016
How many times do we reach the crossroad of difficult decisions in our lives? What constitutes a decision being inherently good - or even more importantly - specifically good for you? Simply because you say so? What makes a decision correct for one person yet sinful for the next? How can we know?