Happy Father’s Day to all the Dad’s out there! My Dad lives with Jesus now but for the 73 years he walked the earth, he was a force to be reckoned with. For 50 of those years he loved my mom and worked hard to provide for his family, 7 kids (5 sons and 2 … More Can’t Find a Picture of Dad without Mom
“Might their interest have had something to do with the jaw-dropping, eye-popping promises Jesus attached to prayer? ‘Ask and it will be given to you’ (Matt. 7:7, NIV). ‘If you believe, you will get anything you ask for in prayer’ (Matt. 21;22, NCV).” Jesus never attached such power to other endeavors. ‘Plan and it will … More The Extraordinary Promise of Christ
I’m sitting at home listening to an old Bob Bennett record. (Yes, Record! on a turntable). Bennett had/has a silky smooth voice and way with words coupled with a sentimental heart and gift for telling stories that are deeper than anyone expected when he stepped onto a stage with a guitar and a small band. … More Thoughts and a Song Before Father’s Day
Last week I was at Calvary Bible Church in Bourbonnais, IL. It was a privilege to bring the Father’s Day message while their pastor was away for a brief vacation. Here’s the video (that I didn’t know was even happening!). I hope it blesses you.
Tuesday is for Thinking What do Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, French skeptic Voltaire, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Chairman Mao all have in common? Beyond the obvious that they were all atheist and materialists, they all loathed and hated their fathers. The modern era’s most famous psychologist, Freud argued that the … More They All Loathed and Hated Their Fathers
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?