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- Why do we care about others?
- Take the Time to Ask
- Love Others Well
- Will You Stand Against Evil?
- Seclusion vs. Relationships
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- The Ailing Church
- God Given Treasures Right Before Our Eyes
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I have no say over the adds on this site. I am told, they change each time you pull up the page. So, exiting and reentering might help. If you are a concerned parent, I would ask you, before your child gets on, to be my eyes and open and check to confirm the adds are not inappropriate. Thank you.
Worldview DefinitionWorldview: as defined by The Free Dictionary 1. The overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world. 2. A collection of beliefs about life and the universe held by an individual or a group.
The 4 Killer QuestionsWhat do you mean by that? How do you know that's true? What difference does it make? What if you are wrong?
Category Archives: Problems in Christianity
Have you ever sent someone an invitation, request, or question and gotten no response but instead simply been left hanging? In the age of easy social media, instant e-mail, and phone messaging, one might think responding would be more likely … Continue reading
I can’t count the number of times I’ve walked away from encounters with church goers or even more specifically church leaders and thought to myself, “If they were the only representative of God I had, I would ditch God and … Continue reading
In our interactions and our relationships, there are assumptions we use as a filter through which we judge and respond to others actions and reactions. We often called these assumptions “what’s normal.” Problem is, normal has a fluid meaning defined … Continue reading
When we think of love, we don’t always think about what motivates love. In fact most of the time our assumption about love is that it is the motivator, but this is not always true. Love can be motivated by … Continue reading
When dealing with authority, which has veered from a justice course and no longer rightly serving the purpose for which its position of authority was established, I have observed there are three types of people and responses. The three types … Continue reading
Seclusion isn’t healthy for us, and yet it’s any easy thing to default to when relationship pain has happened. In our physical lives God gives us pain to warn us that damage has been caused, is about to be caused, … Continue reading
We speak of church as a place of healing and strength, and on the surface we attempt to maintain this façade, but when one investigates beyond the masquerade of happy Sunday-morning faces, depression and hopelessness are rampant symptoms of a … Continue reading
How do we know if doctrines are right or wrong? #1 We need to know what Scripture says. If we haven’t taken the time to read God’s Word for ourselves then it’s easy to be convinced by someone that their … Continue reading
What is doctrine? Doctrine can sounds like this big scary thing. Particularly since we hear that doctrine caused this or that division in a church or there were arguments over doctrine, etc. I think because of this some people feel … Continue reading