Category Archives: Sharing the Gospel

When Sharing the Gospel Feels Awkward

Have you ever been trying to share the gospel with someone and found the gospel truths to just kind of feel awkward to express? “Jesus is the answer” and “Unless you repent from your sins, you are gong to hell” … Continue reading

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Do Unto Others (How Should We Respond?)

If you were in Sunday school or have read through the book of Matthew in the Bible, you can probably finish the Biblical exhortation above: Do Unto Others As You Would Have Them Do Unto You. Knowing this exhortation is … Continue reading

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Needed Refreshment

Jesus sent out the twelve to go minister, and after traveling and teaching, they returned. What does Jesus say they should do next? Mar 6:31 “And He said to them, ‘Come aside by yourselves to a deserted place and rest … Continue reading

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What Unconditional Love Is and Isn’t

Yes, the heart of Christianity is love, but what many people fail to realize is that unconditional love is not what Christianity is. Rather love is one characteristic of who Christ Jesus is. Before addressing this concept let me point … Continue reading

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Live Out Freedom from Sin

Past relationships, particularly abusive relationships, can have a way of still impacting us. Our previous bondage to sin can be the same way. It’s hard for us to remember what it now means for us to continually reckon sin dead … Continue reading

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Helping God’s Way

Have you ever been helping someone and really wished you could make them make the right decisions? Helping people is a messy business, because unlike working with items or technology, where you can count on them staying in place or … Continue reading

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Why do we care about others?

This is a post from several year ago that bears repeating, particularly in light of last weeks post. Why do we care? Its a simple question, and yet nothing about caring is simple. We care for reasons we cannot even … Continue reading

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Wholly Loved!

In a TED talk I recently heard, entitled “Managing A Narcissist,” Ann Barnes the speaker gave some startling statistics. In the millennial generation 70% of people exhibit narcissism. Narcissism is basically an individual’s attitude or mindset that they are incredibly … Continue reading

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How Do We Make a Difference as a Christian (Part 2)

I mentioned last week about how diverse we are as Christians. Some are called overseas, others to business, radio, construction, music, medical, etc. And in Christ, we all bring light, like a city on a hill. Sometimes there are even some … Continue reading

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How Do We Make a Difference as a Christian? (Part 1)

I try not to listen too much to the news, mostly because it’s depressing and makes me feel like I’m a nobody who can’t do anything about any of it. But recently as I was processing through this, I thought … Continue reading

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