How should a Christian square his/her biblical worldview when voting? This post explores the question of what voting your conscience means biblically.
Real change is hard. Right now, in this country, we are going through several big changes. Things that used to be normal are now the ‘old normal’. And the ‘new normal’ requires a big change for a lot of us.
There comes a time in the life of every believer when answers to previously settled questions need to be re-answered, answered better: fuller, deeper, and clearer. Here’s how to fight the skeptic mind.
What is our ax head? It is our mission, Our purpose, our faith action, and our call. These are the venues of impact in our chaotic world where people don’t know what to believe or who to trust. Here is how to reclaim our lost ax head.
As Christian men, whether young or old, the purpose is a lot more focused on glorifying God and His divine institutions including the church and the family unit. Fortunately for us, the Bible is the perfect manual offering guidance on the most important role of a Christian man in our culture today. Let’s take a look at some of these.
Here’s an examination of the ‘cancel culture’s lack of forgiveness and why we Christians need to embody the character of Christ now more than ever.
Why are there so many workaholics in the church? Why are so many Christians successful in their career at the expense of their spouse and children? Why do we struggle to find time for ministry, prayer, and Scripture reading but spend way too much time in the office or our work inbox?
As a society, we have a need for entertainment. From boxing to MMA sports, these gladiators are looked up to as gods of masculinity. There are underlying failures in our culture that have led to these erroneous caricatures, but they nonetheless bring with them a distortion of the biblical expression of healthy aggression. Learn why a weak man cannot be virtuous.
There are two major kinds of active people in the Christian race today, the talkers and the doers. There are a lot of talkers of the faith today but few doers. James, the Apostle, tells us about the danger of not being doers.