Blinded by the Light

“And his manifestation does not abide in you, as long as you do not believe in whom He sent. Your entire hope is in the Scriptures, thinking that you have achieved eternal Life, and [yet the Scriptures] testify about me. And you are not pleased to come to me, so that you may have eternal... Continue Reading →

Peaks and Cliffs

In the latest issue of Alpinist, Paul Hersey and Andy Lindblade capture the stories of climbers who have tackled Nepal's 7710-meter summit named "Jannu."  The mountain's steep and icy walls have lured decades of climbers looking for an ultimate challenge. Each climber has stories of danger and close calls attempting to climb one of the... Continue Reading →

On Being Moral…

Aristole, Plato, and Confucious: They are just a small handful of the world's great philosophers who struggled with one of the greatest questions of life: What is morality and how does one become moral? Want to start a heated discussion? Simply talk about what is moral and immoral. Our nation is divided over what is... Continue Reading →

Basics of the Christian Worldview

When God breathed life into mankind, it was more than oxygen, nitrogen, and a few other gases. Our creator injected a worldview. Everyone has a worldview. Christians, Buddhists, Moslems, Hare Krishna's, and even atheists look at life through the lens of what they consider to be true. A worldview is simply the way one looks at reality. It is... Continue Reading →

Anxiety, Worry, and the Disciple Pt. 1

A friend recently revealed on a social media site that she was severely depressed. It came as a surprise to many as she appears to "have it all." She is extremely pretty, very intelligent, has a great job, lots of friends, and lives a life of relative luxury. So why would she be depressed? After all, isn't she... Continue Reading →

The Narrow Way

"Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it."  Jesus Christ Across the world of christendom lies a sea of teaching.... Continue Reading →

Wrapped in the flag.

The following was written by a very insightful and Spirit-led man on a blog called “A Call to the Remnant.” I ask every church leader in the world to read this…no matter what the color of your flag.

A Call To The Remnant

(Matt 5:13)You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty flagagain? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot.

So much of American Christianity is wrapped in their flag. Yet there is a wider problem in Christendom that goes well beyond the borders of the United States. It lies at the very heart of the religion of Christianity as opposed to the reality of Christ. True Christianity is indeed about becoming by grace what Christ is by nature. Yet the history of the Christian church from the time of Constantine to now has been about how to merge the church and the state. In order to do that the church has sanctioned wars and called it ” just wars.” This is the preposterous notion that the teachings of Jesus and the life…

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