I have lots of conversations with non-Christians. Non-Christians who claim to be Christian. The conversation goes something like this . . . “Would you consider yourself to be a Christian?” “Yes.” “Do you mind explaining what you mean by that? In your opinion, what does it mean to be a Christian?” “I don’t know. I’ve … More But Do You Love It?
The great tragedy of our day is the seeming inability humanity has to slow down and love people. We fill every last little space of our lives till it hurts to break out of the routine and take notice of those around us. We go to work, school, the grocery store, the gym, and we … More Slow Down and Love People
If everyone would just stop talking about “sin” and start “loving” one another . . . This sin-love exchange encapsulates the unfortunate, detrimental message of our culture. Maybe a long history of increasing tolerance got us there. Maybe hardened hearts and worldly mindsets paved the way. Or maybe we’ve simply misunderstood the message of the … More Covered By Love
I don’t know what the #1 Most Popular Blog for Christians is. I know it’s not mine. That’s okay. I don’t expect it to be. But in my blogging experience, I’ve observed a strange phenomenon. Of the few Christians who read blogs, even fewer read blogs about the Bible. How do I know? 1} I have … More The #1 Most Popular Blog for Christians
Perhaps one of the most noticeable differences between the behavior of Christians and non-Christians is their response to enemies. Non-Christians are less likely to give it any thought and will turn to any number of natural human reactions: fight back, threaten, hold a grudge, become bitter, hate, glare, scream. At best, they hope their enemies … More taunt your enemies