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The State of Faith

Much has been misunderstood in today’s churches with regards to faith and the state of faith. One side of the church clings to the scripture which boldly proclaims, “we are saved by faith alone” (Romans 3:28, Ephesians 2:8-9). Others cling to statements in scripture such as James 2:26 which tells us that “faith apart from works […]

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The Distance Between Good and Glory

“Well, people who aren’t Christian can be good too.” This is a statement I have heard many times when talking about morality and it’s relation to Christianity. I firmly agree with this statement. It is quite true that people who don’t know Christ as Lord and Savior often live very good and decent lives from […]

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On Our Hands and On Our Children

“When Pilate saw that he was getting nowhere, but that a riot was starting instead, he took some water, washed his hands in front of the crowd, and said, I am innocent of this man’s blood. See to it yourselves!’ All the people answered, ‘His blood be on us and on our children!’” Matthew 27:24–25 […]


We are the People

These last couple of days have been crazy. I have three observations to make and a challenge. Hopefully this will make us all step back and think. Americans, we need to come together. First, I will say up front that I am glad Trump beat Hillary. Mrs. Clinton supports many causes which I find deplorable […]

Christian Living

Don’t Be That Guy

It’s easy to become obsessed with kingdoms of this world. Think about all the things we humans tend to gravitate towards. Sports teams, political parties, building campaigns, retirement accounts… we love to be apart of building and/or hitching our wagons to great legacies here on this planet. I think people have pretty much always been […]