My wife, Jennifer, and I will be traveling to Nakuru, Kenya this summer. Read about how you can go, donate, support, or watch and pray.
It irritates me when we say they things we don’t really mean. That includes things we sing in church that are obviously not true. Does this bother you too? Or am I just a freak?
When I see poverty my instinct is to send money or do something that might help to end world hunger. But I was recently reminded that poverty is often a symptom of a larger spiritual problem. Here is a very real example where the cause and effect are unmistakable.
Most people I know say they like Jesus. But truth is Jesus said a lot of radical things I would rather ignore or try to explain away. Here are some things I wish Jesus hadn’t said, and what I imagine I might say back to Him.
Some churches have gotten reputation for being more concerned about money than people. In contrast, NBC Nightly News did a report on this church that gives its entire offering away to people in need. Watch the video. What do you think?
So, today is Ash Wednesday which marks the start of Lent, the weeks leading up to Good Friday and Easter. People have been known to give up all sorts of things for…
Let me preface this post by saying even though the article referenced below was written by a pastor and talks about Christians and spiritual issues, the question is much broader than that. …
A person’s success is directly proportional to the number and size of the failures they’re willing to risk. So, figuring how to fail better and more often will help us succeed.
Setting goals is important, but what if before setting goals for the new year we start with a blank sheet of paper and… imagine.
With the economy in a downturn and seemingly more bad news every day, is it time to panic or be hopeful? Perhaps this article will provide another perspective.