March 24, 2020

Over the past several years I have amassed a wealth of free resources for furthering your study of the Bible. My hunt for good, free resources first began prior to me becoming a Christian. To make a long story short, I was an atheist reading through the Bible to try and disprove the Bible, but I recognized there was often a disparity present between what many popularizers claimed the Scriptures were saying and what I was actually reading for myself…. Read more

March 19, 2020

As I stated in an article a few weeks ago, people all over the world are being affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19). In just a couple of weeks, we have seen the number of positive cases swell all over the world. Truly, this is a unique time and it seems that more strange days loom ahead. Not since World War 2 has America seen such Government-enforced measures. While the world scrambles to find a vaccine, manufacture hospital supplies, slow the… Read more

March 18, 2020

With a brand new Christian Podcast appearing almost weekly, it’s an ongoing challenge to navigate and find quality content that is worthy of your time. My hope is that this top 15 list helps guide you to solid, encouraging, and helpful content. Read more

March 16, 2020

Here is my plea to you: Do not waste your quarantine. Fight at all costs the enemy Distraction who would have you constantly clicking, constantly scrolling, constantly watching. Do not be a-mused (literally, unthinking). Read more

March 12, 2020

There has been no shortage of commentary on the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) since it has taken hold of the public’s eyes. I find things like this fascinating because it truly reveals much about humanity. On the one hand, you have those who make light of the entire thing; they crack jokes as a means to cope, or they are completely nonplussed. On the other, there are some driven into varying degrees of anxiety and worry over what may… Read more

March 5, 2020

Any number of reactions happen when one hears the name of Martin Luther mentioned. For some, they picture Martin Luther approaching the Wittenberg Castle Church door with heroic boldness in order to nail his 95 Theses to the door and spark the Protestant Reformation (whether historically accurate or not). For others, they think of his stand at the Diet of Worms before Charles V, where he said when asked to recant, “I cannot and will not recant of anything, for… Read more

March 2, 2020

Unless something unprecedented happens, all indicators are that most who read this will have their lives impacted in some way by the Coronavirus within 2020. If not by contracting the virus first-hand then, at the very least, by its impact on the stock market and global economy. I have read some projections to give any sensible person moderate concerns. For others, it’s enough to induce severe anxiety and paralyzing fear. Yet, my aim is to convince you that of all peoples, Christians ought to look at such times clarity, hope, and peace. The last thing we should do is panic. Read more

February 25, 2020

Philippians 4:13 is likely one of the most misquoted, misapplied, and misunderstood passages within the New Testament. Suffice it to say, it is not about how one can literally do anything they put their minds to simply because they are in Christ. Paul has a specific context in mind here—and it is not about attaining your personal goals and aspirations, developing a healthy conception of self-worth, nor is it designed to be a coping mechanism to deal with the grit… Read more

February 19, 2020

On a weekly basis I take each of my three children out, one-on-one, to spend some quality time together. Part of that time involves going through some sort of study resource and the other part involves us going to get a meal, or a small toy of the equivalent price. It is a time we all look forward to and are sore if we miss it, yet my sentiments are probably a bit different than my children’s. I look to… Read more

February 12, 2020

I am under the unwavering conviction that unless I am genuinely ill, people are in the throes of death, my legs are rendered inoperable, or we are trapped in our house, church attendance is mandatory. I will not miss it. Even when I’ve had to miss it under those circumstances, which is quite rare indeed, I have hated it. However, for the sake of being completely transparent, this was not always the case, especially early on in my faith. There… Read more

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