When it comes to talking about Jesus to other people, I’m a world-class wuss. I get nervous, I worry about what the person I want to talk to will think about me. I fear the worst. What if they get angry at me? What if they have a question I can’t answer? What if I … Continue reading Anyone But Me (A book review)
Dear concerned Christian, you may be worried You don’t know what is coming next. You may be afraid for the future of this country, or the future of your family. You may be concerned for your safety and your freedom. You may fear your rights will be infringed, or worse, taken away. You may have … Continue reading A Message to the Worried
We Christians are supposed to be generous, but only 10-25% of churchgoers tithe. God calls us to give to those in need, but the 10-25% who give to church give about 2.5% of their incomes. And if all Christians started tithing 10%, there would be up to $165 billion, much of which could change the … Continue reading Things Christians Don’t Talk About: Money
Things Christians Don’t Talk About: Environmental Issues. A preacher received a letter asking if the Bible says anything about taking care of the environment. His non-Christian friends claimed that the Bible is anti-environmental. The Bible, anti-environmental? Of course it’s not anti-environmental... right? Admittedly, the Bible doesn’t say “Only you can prevent forest fires,” “Save the … Continue reading Things Christians Don’t Talk About: Environmental Issues
This topic is touchy. Most Christian believe say “Nay” While a group is rising and saying “Yey” So what’s the answer? Of course, we’ll look at the Bible. Because that’s what Christians do. 1 Timothy 2:12 is the first verse that the “Ney” group goes to. The Apostle Paul, someone who saw Jesus and followed … Continue reading Should Women be Pastors?
There is one question that haunts the mind of every teenage (and adult) Christian. “What is God’s Will for me?” “What does God want me to do?” And there’s good reason as to why we ask that question. The Apostle Peter told you and I to “make your calling and election sure.” Which seems to … Continue reading How Can You Know God’s Will for Your Life?
Have you ever asked an Atheist (or Christian) what they believe? I’m willing to bet the answer is “No.” I hadn’t done so before either. Then a fellow blogger, Kaahsh, checked out one of my posts and followed me. I checked out his blog and found he was an Atheist (or Naturalist. I don’t really … Continue reading Christians and Atheists: What do they believe, exactly?
If you’re a Christian looking into seriously gaming, you’re probably thinking “No, it isn’t.” I don’t blame you. That was my first guess as well. But when it comes to Christian vocations (jobs), Christians get things confused. Many Christians refer to a “calling”. They say they’ve been “called” to do something. And when I say … Continue reading Can Christians Game for a Living? (3 of 3)