Begin your 2015 right with a 10 minute meditation on the scandalous mercy of God and how the cross is the answer to how God can hate sinners and love them at the same time. The gospel is deeper than anyone has ever imagined. The love and mercy of God is richer and more mysterious and … More The Scandalous Mercy of God
Ran across this yesterday and wanted to pass it along. A good post for Father’s Day I think. Men, we need to be authentic and committed to the Savior. Pray for revival in America. David Platt discusses what it looks like to be a Christian today. He says, “We live in a day where it means … More Are Christians in America Christians?
Weekend Links Palm Sunday, Good Friday and then the euchatastrophe of Easter. It was J.R.R. Tolkien who coined the word, “euchatastrophe,” meaning, “the sudden turning from tragedy to a wholly unexpected good” (my definition of what I remember reading in Tolkien). Tolkien said that the euchatastrophe of the fall of man into sin is the … More Public School Challenges; David Platt; Legalizing Marijuana; Rob Bell; The New Pope; a C.S. Lewis Biography and much more
Christian Post had an interview the other day with Brother Andrew, author of “God’s Smuggler.” A number of questions addressed his perspective on the American Church and in particular, the growing trend toward mega-churches (Churches over 2000). I thought the following exchange was worth passing on. [Bold and underline emphasis added by me in Brother … More “God’s Smuggler” Speaks on Mega Church Phenomenon
Weekend Links I love it when the world is stunned by the love of Christians. There’s a link here about that. I love it when false doctrine is combated. There are a couple of links here about that. I love it when believers in Christ are encouraged to be more in Christ. You will find … More Hating Prayer; Modern Gnosticism; Atheist Conundrum; Shallow Faith; Passion of God; Frank Viola; Job Killers; John Stossel; The Village Gardner
Wednesday is for Prayer Before Matt Chandler, before Francis Chan, before David Platt, (three young men we should all be thankful for God raising up in this generation), there was George Verwer. Radical, passionate, creative, missional, fully engaged and calling the Christian world to be more and do more for the Savior, all of these … More Revival Will Not Make Spiritual Warfare Easy
Friday is for Heart Songs Back in June when I was still trying to figure out all the ins and outs of WordPress, I was having problems posting videos. Here’s one that I wish every, EVERY Christian in America would view and take to heart. How much more joyous would the world be if we … More Men, Buy This Book and Read it Aloud to Your Family