In the wake of yet another terror attack the calls for prayer go forth. Prayers for the victims. Prayers for their families. Prayers for their countries. Prayers for soldiers and policemen and first-responders. Lost in the mix (purposefully or not) are the prayers for our enemies. The terrorists. The aggressors. Those workers of violence. And … Continue reading Christians, Don’t Forget to Pray for the Terrorists
If you played hockey and your coach expected you to imitate Wayne Gretzky, would you think that was an achievable goal or not? If you were taking a cooking class and the instructor challenged you to cook like an Iron Chef, would you be encouraged or intimidated? If your piano teacher expected you to play … Continue reading Imitate God…Is That Even Possible?
Recently an Atlanta-area megachurch pastor called parents “stinking selfish” if they attend small churches without big youth ministries. He said, "When I hear adults say, ’Well I don’t like a big church, I like about 200, I want to be able to know everybody,’ I say, ‘You are so stinking selfish. You care nothing about … Continue reading When it Comes to Churches, Size Doesn’t Matter
Peyton Manning will be remembered by history as one of the greatest quarterbacks to take the field. His achievements are well documented and years will go by before anyone comes close to breaking his records. In 2014, Peyton Manning set the all-time mark for most passing touchdowns in an NFL career, but that is far from his … Continue reading Peyton’s Greatest Achievement Might Surprise You