Over the last month or so we have seen the Church globally transition from in person gatherings to some kind of online presence. Live stream services, prayer gatherings over Zoom, small group bible studies via Facetime or Skype. Although this was a struggle at first, many ministries and Christians find themselves getting the hang of … Continue reading Do We Even Need to Go Back to Church After COVID-19?
COVID-19 has virtually changed the world in a matter of weeks. What seemed to be a "non-issue" virus has transformed into something that is changing the daily lives of virtually everyone in the world. As a result fear, panic, and uncertainty has set in. Grocery stores all over are ransacked. Toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and … Continue reading We Don’t Face Pandemic Like Those Who Have No Hope
We all have questions, and we all want answers. Questions are such a natural part of life. One of the first questions any of us ask in life is "why?". No doubt most of us have experienced the two year old child asking "why?" to every person they come into contact. We all have thousands … Continue reading Somehow: Embracing Mystery With God
You find yourself on the phone with Comcast...again. For what seems like the 1,000th time the internet is acting up. You've tried all the tricks to get the internet to function properly again; restarted the router, disconnected all the devices from the internet that you currently aren't using, maybe even moving the router closer to … Continue reading Treating Jesus Like a Comcast Bill
Tests can be hard and challenging, but they are an inevitable part of life. How do we grow close to God in the midst of hardship and trials?
All I wanted to do when I was a kid was grow up. I remember looking at the life that my parents had, and it seemed like it was the best possible experience anyone could ever want! Adult life seemed so much better than a kid’s life! You could have a job, you could have … Continue reading Living Life Without God
God has shown His faithfulness in many ways. Remembering what God has done plays a major role in our faith and how we live our lives.
God seems to really care about how we use our words. In fact, Scripture puts a major emphasis on the way we use our words, especially the way we use our words towards others. How can our words affect those around us?
How does fear affect our faith? Is there a remedy for the fear that I face?