Message #26 in From Faith to Faith on Romans 13: And the screen cast!
Message #24 in From Faith to Faith on Romans 12:1-10: And here's the screen cast:
Not too long ago, an egotistical brute played on the basest elements of human nature to gain power. Since that time, he's stomped around recklessly advancing his agenda, authoring oppression and spreading division. But on the horizon, there is hope. Another is coming to dethrone that arrogant hate monger. He's a justice warrior. He calls … Continue reading Stop What You’re Doing
No, the title isn't a misspelling. I know you want it to say, "Pure Love," and it kind of does. Our word, "pure," comes from the Greek word, "pur." But "pur" doesn't mean, "pure;" it's Greek for "fire." When I speak of "pur love," I'm talking about love that cleanses through burning - love … Continue reading Pur Love
I've been reflecting on the mission of John the Baptist this morning and specifically the prophecy about his ministry to families. Here it is: “Surely the day is coming; it will burn like a furnace. All the arrogant and every evildoer will be stubble, and the day that is coming will set them on fire,” … Continue reading Apocalyptic Family
Why do people acquire more than they need? Why do we rob our children of an inheritance, ourselves of time, and God's people of our help by going into debt? What do we hope our cavernous dwellings will give us, but emptiness. What can our toys offer, but distraction? We buy what we don't need … Continue reading Living The Life
Over thirty years later, the image of my teenaged self pains me. I wasn't okay. I longed to connect with people but whenever they came near, insecurities buzzed in my brain. My attempts to comport myself became social spasms. I remember near panic at the thought of an evening alone. I remember the utter dread … Continue reading Okay By Yourself