Did you watch this recent video? A couple of campers in Botswana got a rather unpleasant surprise when they woke up to a lion licking the dew off of their tent. Watching the video it's hard to imagine what it must have taken to sit quietly inside knowing and being able to see the danger … Continue reading Fear Not: When the Lions Come
“The doctrine of the Trinity is like a three leaf clover: three leaves, one clover.” Ever heard that? Or how about this, “The doctrine of the Trinity is like water: three forms (ice, steam, liquid) one substance.” Or, how about this, “The doctrine of the trinity is like a person who is a father and … Continue reading The Trinity Is NOT Like…
In light of the general insanity surrounding the question of who qualifies as a man or woman, this question about truth is important. Is truth absolute, or does it vary according to circumstances and opinions? Is it merely a philosophical argument? Winston Churchill once stated, “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them … Continue reading Does Truth Matter Anymore?
It is impossible to overstate the importance of Good Friday, when Jesus died for our sins, and Easter Sunday, when he was raised from the dead — but Jesus’s earthly ministry did not stop there. After the resurrection, Jesus taught his disciples about God’s kingdom for forty days (Acts 1:3) and then he was “taken … Continue reading Going UP? Why Jesus’ Ascension Matters
The kids that God has entrusted to you are your primary disciples. As Christian parents we have the privilege of not simply making disciples, but raising them. And that is both a joyous task and a heavy one. Simply “going to church” each week for one hour won’t cut it. Having your kids baptized and … Continue reading Raising Disciples: Seven Practices to Help Your Children Grow in Their Faith