There are some stories that must be shared. They are the ones that touch us, not in the fleeting "warm, fuzzy feeling" sense, but as truth that transforms us. I recently saw such a video. It's a story of love, real love, not the love that is portrayed in so many modern romance films. This … Continue reading A Picture of Christ’s Love for Us
Jefferson Bethke drew a lot of attention with his recent Spoken Word video, "Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus." His latest video, which you can check out below, is an excellent discussion of marriage. Do yourself a favor and watch it.
To live boldly has always been a desire of mine, and as a Christian, I have often equated that with street evangelism or taking the gospel to some unreached, cannibalistic people group. But my thoughts on Christian boldness have changed expanded over the past few weeks. I've come to realize that boldness can take many … Continue reading Living Boldly in the Modern World
While I was cruising the streets of Facebook, I saw where a couple of my friends linked to this video. It's a combination of David Crowder's "How He Loves" and sermons from John Piper and Matt Chandler. Take six minutes to be reminded how much the Lord loves His children.
Today, Matthew Delaughter is stepping up to the plate again. His first post at the blog was excellent, and this one is no different. Enjoy! “Yes he walked my road, and He felt my pain, joys and sorrows that I know so well; Yet His righteous steps, give me hope again - I will follow … Continue reading Acquainted with Grief: Incarnation and Infertility
I'm getting married in March. So how does a bibliophile prepare for marriage? By reading books on marriage. I also strive to learn from the godly men and women whom I know personally, but learning from the writings of other godly men and women isn't a bad idea either. Lately, I've been working through John … Continue reading Marriage is Not About Staying in Love
Last week, Gulnare Freewill Baptist Church in eastern Kentucky caused quite a stir by banning interracial couples from membership in the church. (You can read about it here and here.) While I doubt there would be churches in my own denomination and region that would adopt such church policy, I don't doubt that many church-goers … Continue reading Interracial Marriage in the Church