A Christian is called to be a light wherever He goes, whether he or she is at home, at work, at the mall, at the gym or in school. But does our identity as Christians change when we are not physically present somewhere?
I just want to encourage you to take a deep breath, quiet your heart and emotions and listen to the still small voice of the Lord concerning the issue of dating while one of you is only separated.
Don't let hyper-spiritual people take your congregation down the road to brokenness.
As a native-born North Carolinian now living in Upstate NY, I have been paying close attention to the HB2 debate that is constantly being batted around in social media and on the news. In all of the debate, there is one thing that people are missing.
I want to share with you 7 powerful ways I have used and you can use to bring the reality of Pentecost Sunday into your life and the life of the church.
Helping someone with depression is part of doing the works of Jesus. He came to heal the brokenhearted.
I have many people ask me how to choose a good church. It is not a simple question to answer because churches vary as much as people do. However there are some ingredients that make up a good church that I find common in every healthy church regardless of denomination or lack thereof. Here are 4 biblical tips to help you choose a good church.
Ever since I was a little boy I have heard people talk about making choices based on the lesser of two evils. A few years back I had an experience that caused me to stop and evaluate whether or not that mentality is a godly mentality or just a worldly way to justify making a poor decision.
Ladies, don't sell your spiritual birthright for a bowl of stew. Don't marry a man that doesn't deserve you.
What do you do when people who are part of the church hurt you? How do you deal with the pain and find the place of healing?
Every year we go through the tradition of evaluating the past year and making decisions for our upcoming year. This year I would like to encourage you to think outside the box concerning your Christian New Year's resolutions.
I want to share with you 6 things I learned to do to make the the upcoming year better than the last year.
Are we just trying to keep the name Christ in the word Christmas or do we really want a Christ centered Christmas?
Can good actually come out of pain and suffering? Learn how to turn your pain and suffering into something that has meaning!
How do you make good decisions in life as a Chrisitan? Here are a couple of tips that will work in any situation!