“When you wrestle with God there can be no expectation of winning, but you shouldn’t expect to lose either.” In this post, I am excited to introduce you to guest writer Dr. Richard Spillman who explores events in the lives of Habakkuk and Jacob, showing you and I that wrestling with God is as real today as it has ever been and that there is victory for those who hold on!
“Jesus is the Reason for the Season” is something we find in songs, decorations and on Christmas cards, but what makes this famous saying much more than holiday cliche? In this post, you’ll learn more on connecting the prophecies, the first and second Advents of Christ, and Jesus making a bold move.
Are you in a season of waiting on God? Maybe you’ve recently been in waiting, or will be soon. Waiting is a huge part of the Christian life, and I don’t know about you, but I’m learning and re-learning that difficult lesson. It can be frustrating for sure, but seasons of waiting for the Lord can also be an amazing time of growing closer to Him. Read on to discover more about waiting well, and not so well…
Check out George Washington’s Thanksgiving proclamation, and more importantly these 12 Bible verse on being thankful, plus 5 quotes from Christian leaders…AND a brand new downloadable graphic that’s perfect for printing and sharing with your friends and family at Thanksgiving time. Have an amazing week!
Christians and Halloween cross paths every October. Some jump in with both feet, while others lock the door and turn off their lights. How should Christians and Halloween relate? Driving around any American city during the weeks leading up to Halloween can be an interesting thing. You’ll see cartoon characters dressed as pumpkins and witches, […]
A friend recently asked, “Where in the Bible does it state that all sins are equal?” What a great and challenging question! In this post, I have the privilege to address that subject. And it’s a great thing to talk about because how we view sin is vital: a false view of sin can have disastrous eternal consequences.