The Reward of Stillness

(Photo credit: Yann Novak) Freeze. Don’t move. Think of nothing The most difficult tasks in life are usually the ones we think of less often. It’s not the big assignment facing us, it’s not the car we need to get to the shop, it’s not the seemingly insurmountable item placed before us by the boss... Continue Reading →

Microchips and Antichrists

Whether you are looking for some entertainment or just confused about "end-times madness," a quick glance at the internet and even your favorite Christian bookstore will either keep you amused or very confused. Perhaps a bit of both. The hottest new end-times news centers around a Wisconsin hi-tech firm. Employees at Three-Square Market have agreed... 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 Church of the Legion

Every day, young men from around the world, converge on one of 11 cities in France. Some look for adventure and others to escape the past. But they all have on thing in common. They are looking for a sense of belonging, a family they can call their own; a group that will commit to... Continue Reading →

Forgiveness. Learning How to Let Go

Corrie Ten Boom tells of the day she met one of her former death camp guards in a church immediately after World War II. After giving a lesson on forgiveness, she was approached by the former guard who asked Corrie to forgive him for the terrible things he had done to her and her family.... Continue Reading →

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