Reading Time: 3 minutes Prominent Christian leaders and influencers are falling away from their faith. But why? Here are two shocking reasons Christians are fleeing biblical truths and leaving their faith behind.
Reading Time: 4 minutes This conversation about money is not just in the ministry of Jesus but also a recurring theme throughout all of Scripture. There are three significant elements that we need to be aware of if we want to have a heart that handles the temptations of money and a life that glorifies God with our finances.
Reading Time: 3 minutes These days, it seems like these days “forever” no longer has any meaning. Statements like “for richer or poorer” are hedged by prenuptial agreements, and “til death do us part” just means “while this sensation lasts”. Let examine marriage in the era of cheap love.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Racism is a serious issue in the world we live in. This isn’t breaking news. Here’s a post about discussing racism with our children.
Reading Time: 5 minutes (Humor) Having established a recent discovery based upon rather sketchy and unprecedented events, one of our key analysts and top column reporters was able to garner an interview with a Zombie.
Reading Time: 3 minutes There are more broken homes, broken dreams, lives, spirits, minds, and hearts than you can ever imagine. Within one generation we went from “Father knows best” to “Married with Children” and ended up at “Modern Family”. Here are 2 ways men are failing their families and why there is hope.
Reading Time: 3 minutes It is no mystery to what is going on all around us as we look at Scripture. So, what do we do? Here are three secrets to navigating the cultural minefields.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In these difficult times, where the world, the flesh, and the mind are thinking and talking about anything and everything but God. What do you do when the healing doesn’t come; when the night is too long when the pain is too great?
Reading Time: 4 minutes When I get up every morning and look in that mirror I see a flawed person. Someone who needs to be worked on every day. I make mistakes. I fail. I succeed. I get up and I try again. When you look in the mirror what do you see? What type of person do you want to be?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Some men are brought up that they do not need anyone else. The message of the Lone Wolf is that, although there is an entire pack available to you, it’s better for you to walk an isolated, lonely path. The fact is, no man can be a lone wolf and walk in their faith alone.