We aren’t Christians because we gather for Church. We’re Christians because God has made us so.
We won by killing God, but the twist of our story was found in our greatest triumph.
In Christ, our bodily death always comes as overdue.
Living in light of eternity.
Who can believe the Resurrection from the Dead?
Jesus: “The Great Ticket to Heaven”?
It’s easy to forget that God is a Person.
God will right all wrongs, but in the meantime, we must let his love win by letting it flow through us.
Prayers acknowledge our dependence on God, and he uses them to refine our trust in him.
Just like God spoke order into chaos, so he speaks it into our confused souls and tells us we are whole.
We do not belong in this world governed by sin, death and the Devil. Just like weeds, we are not wanted here.
We must cling to the conviction that God has a perspective that makes sense of what presently embarrasses us.
The Church needs to cultivate support for struggling members so it can be an effective conduit for the Gospel.
God is in the middle of the greatest epic of them all, and he invites us to join. He will not only turn our stories into good stories; he will make them great.
I’m a story-dweller who tends to wander off the beaten path in search of the right word…and the better view. I have one captivating wife, three sons and one daughter. I graduated from Oak Hills Christian College with a B.A. in Biblical Studies.
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